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From the English verb hold:
holding is:
   Gerund

holding  Noun
  1. Translate "holding" to Spanish: soporte, acostamiento
    English Synonyms of "holding": brace, support, kickstand, mount, prop, stand, stay
    Define meaning of "holding": A structural member used to stiffen a framework.; A support that steadies or strengthens something else.

  2. Translate "holding" to Spanish: asimiento, aferramiento
    English Synonyms of "holding": grasp, hold, grasping, grip, seizing, apprehension, clasping, prehension
    Define meaning of "holding": The act of grasping.

  3. Translate "holding" to Spanish: predio

  4. Translate "holding" to Spanish: posesión de fincas, tenencia
    English Synonyms of "holding": occupancy, possession, tenure, tenure system, ownership, tenancy
    Define meaning of "holding": The act of occupying or taking possession of a building.; An act of being a tenant or occupant.

  5. Translate "holding" to Spanish: pequeña propiedad
    English Synonyms of "holding": small property

  6. Translate "holding" to Spanish: decisión
    English Synonyms of "holding": decision, resolution, ruling, verdict, call, finding
    Define meaning of "holding": A position or opinion or judgment reached after consideration.

  7. Translate "holding" to Spanish: valores en cartera
    English Synonyms of "holding": holdings, holding stocks, investments, portfolio securities, securities in hand, stocks

holding  Adjective
  1. Translate "holding" to Spanish: de agarre, de agarrar, de asir
    English Synonyms of "holding": gripping, clasping, grabbing, grasping
    Define meaning of "holding": Designed for (usually temporary) retention.
  2. A holding pen.
    A retaining wall.

  3. Translate "holding" to Spanish: matriz, tenedor
  4. The holding company, La compañía matriz.


  5. Translate "holding" to Spanish: adinerado
    English Synonyms of "holding": wealthy, well-fixed, moneyed, dickty, dictee, dicty, fat, rich, well-off, affluent, lined
    Define meaning of "holding": Having an abundant supply of money or possessions of value.

  6. Translate "holding" to Spanish: que posee narcóticos
    English Synonyms of "holding": possessing narcotics, heeled

Conceptually-related expressions of "holding"
agricultural holding
AK Steel Holding
AK Steel Holding Corporation
anticipated holding period
average holding time
bank holding company
be found holding court
be holding hands
bond holding
bone-holding forceps
breath holding
breath-holding test
Building Materials Holding
cattle holding ground
Comdisco Holding
consolidation of dispersed holding
controlling interequity holding
Core-Mark Holding
currency holding
Dana Holding
diversified holding company
dwarf holding
electrode-holding
excess holding ratio
exchange holding
farm holding
farm resulting from division of larger holding
financial holding corporation
food holding system
fund-holding GP
Graphic Packaging Holding
hand-holding
head of agricultural holding
in a holding pattern
indirect holding
International Assets Holding
inventory holding cost
Kmart Holding
large bowl for holding drink
leave holding bag
Linens Holding
majority holding
majority share holding
maximum water holding capacity
mean holding time
medium-sized holding
mini holding
multiple-office holding
nail holding property
Nalco Holding
NewPage Holding
official gold holding
one-bank holding company
Peabody Holding
personal holding company
reciprocal holding
regrouping of holding
right to keep the job for life after certain number if years of holding same
Riverwood Holding Inc.
scawater holding station
school holding power
screw holding property
security holding
simple holding
small earthenware jar for holding liquids
small earthenware pot for holding liquids
small holding
stock-holding
top holding company
total holding time
UAP Holding
washer for holding
water holding capacity
hold  Verb
Plural: holds
  1. Translate "hold" to Spanish: sujetar, tomar, retener
    English Synonyms of "hold": capture, catch, get, grab, grasp, take, take hold of, fasten, seize, fang
    Define meaning of "hold": Have or hold in one's hands or grip. ; Hold firmly, usually with one's hands.
  2. Ann holds the rope, Ana sujeta la cuerda.
    Hold this bowl for a moment, please.
    A crazy idea took hold of him.
    She clutched my arm when she got scared.

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  3. Translate "hold" to Spanish: mantener, agarrar, sujetar, mantener a la fuerza, tener
    English Synonyms of "hold": conserve, get hold of, grab, grasp, grip, keep, lay hands on, maintain, stick to
    Define meaning of "hold": Hold the attention of. ; Aim, point, or direct. ; Have or hold in one's hands or grip. ; Hold firmly, usually with one's hands. ; Secure and keep for possible future use or application. ; Keep in a certain state, position, or activity; e.g., "keep clean".
  4. She holds her purse, Ella tiene su bolso.
    The soprano held the audience.
    This story held our interest.
    She can hold an audience spellbound.
    Hold the fire extinguisher directly on the flames.
    Hold this bowl for a moment, please.
    A crazy idea took hold of him.
    She clutched my arm when she got scared.
    The landlord retained the security deposit.
    I reserve the right to disagree.
    Hold in place.
    She always held herself as a lady.
    The students keep me on my toes.

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  5. Translate "hold" to Spanish: mantener, creer en, abrazar, sostener, sustentar
    English Synonyms of "hold": believe in, have faith in, adduce, argue, believe, buy, maintain, sustain, uphold
    Define meaning of "hold": Remain committed to. ; Keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view.
  6. He keeps his old views, Mantiene sus mismas creencias de antes.
    I hold to these ideas.
    Take for granted.
    View as important.
    Hold these truths to be self-evident.
    I hold him personally responsible.

  7. Translate "hold" to Spanish: realizar
    English Synonyms of "hold": carry on, have
    Define meaning of "hold": Organize or be responsible for.
  8. The group held a meeting, El grupo realizó una reunión.
    Hold a reception.
    Have, throw, or make a party.
    Give a course.

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  9. Translate "hold" to Spanish: aguantar
    English Synonyms of "hold": uphold, support, withstand
    Define meaning of "hold": Be the physical support of; carry the weight of.; Resist or confront with resistance.
  10. The beam holds up the roof.
    He supported me with one hand while I balanced on the beam.
    What's holding that mirror?
    The politician defied public opinion.
    The new material withstands even the greatest wear and tear.
    The bridge held.

  11. Translate "hold" to Spanish: abrazar, coger en sus brazos
    English Synonyms of "hold": embrace, hug, clasp in one's arms, cuddle, hold close, canoodle, embosom, hold up
    Define meaning of "hold": Hug, usually with fondness.

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  13. Translate "hold" to Spanish: cumplir
    English Synonyms of "hold": obey, follow out, keep, keep up, keep up to, observe
    Define meaning of "hold": Remain committed to.
  14. I hold to these ideas.

  15. Translate "hold" to Spanish: soportar
    English Synonyms of "hold": bear, endure, withstand, abide, bear away, bear up, put up with, tolerate
    Define meaning of "hold": Put up with something or somebody unpleasant. ; Drink alcohol without showing ill effects. ; Be capable of holding or containing. ; Resist or confront with resistance.
  16. I cannot bear his constant criticism.
    The new secretary had to endure a lot of unprofessional remarks.
    He learned to tolerate the heat.
    She stuck out two years in a miserable marriage.
    He can hold his liquor.
    He had drunk more than he could carry.
    This box won't take all the items.
    The flask holds one gallon.
    The politician defied public opinion.
    The new material withstands even the greatest wear and tear.
    The bridge held.

  17. Translate "hold" to Spanish: decir que, considerar que, mantener la opinión que
    English Synonyms of "hold": say that, hold that, maintain that, say, tell, tell that
    Define meaning of "hold": Keep in mind or convey as a conviction or view. ; Declare to be.
  18. Take for granted.
    View as important.
    Hold these truths to be self-evident.
    I hold him personally responsible.
    She was declared incompetent.
    Judge held that the defendant was innocent.

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  19. Translate "hold" to Spanish: tener aplicación
    English Synonyms of "hold": apply
    Define meaning of "hold": Be valid, applicable, or true. ; Be pertinent or relevant or applicable.
  20. This theory still holds.
    The same laws apply to you!
    This theory holds for all irrational numbers.
    The same rules go for everyone.

  21. Translate "hold" to Spanish: aseverar
    English Synonyms of "hold": affirm, declare, say, state, allege, assert, claim
    Define meaning of "hold": Assert or affirm.
  22. Rousseau's philosophy holds that people are inherently good.

  23. Translate "hold" to Spanish: aguantar, refrenar, retener
    English Synonyms of "hold": back-pedal, hold back, rein back, stay, bite back
    Define meaning of "hold": Keep from exhaling or expelling.; Cause to stop. ; Lessen the intensity of; temper; hold in restraint; hold or keep within limits. ; Stop dealing with.
  24. Hold your breath, Aguante su respiración.
    Hold your breath.
    Halt the engines.
    Arrest the progress.
    Halt the presses.
    Moderate your alcohol intake.
    Hold your tongue.
    Hold your temper.
    Control your anger.
    Hold all calls to the President's office while he is in a meeting.


  25. Translate "hold" to Spanish: contener, poseer, aprisionar
    English Synonyms of "hold": contain, comprehend, comprise, embody, embosom, embrace, encompass
    Define meaning of "hold": Have or possess, either in a concrete or an abstract sense. ; Have as a major characteristic.
  26. She has $1,000 in the bank.
    He has got two beautiful daughters.
    She holds a Master's degree from Harvard.
    The novel holds many surprises.
    The book holds in store much valuable advise.

  27. Translate "hold" to Spanish: mantenerse, aguantar
    English Synonyms of "hold": continue, remain, fend, hang in, hang on, hang out, hold on
    Define meaning of "hold": Exist over a prolonged period of time. ; Continue with one's activities. ; Move ahead; travel onward in time or space. ; Continue a certain state, condition, or activity. ; Continue in a place, position, or situation.

  28. Translate "hold" to Spanish: evacuar
    English Synonyms of "hold": carry out, issue
    Define meaning of "hold": Pursue to a conclusion or bring to a successful issue. ; Put in effect.


  29. Translate "hold" to Spanish: contener
    English Synonyms of "hold": contain
    Define meaning of "hold": Contain or hold; have within. ; Be capable of holding or containing. ; Have room for; hold without crowding. ; Have as a major characteristic.
  30. The jar carries wine.
    The canteen holds fresh water.
    This can contains water.
    This box won't take all the items.
    The flask holds one gallon.
    This hotel can accommodate 250 guests.
    The theater admits 300 people.
    The auditorium can't hold more than 500 people.
    The novel holds many surprises.
    The book holds in store much valuable advise.

  31. Translate "hold" to Spanish: anidar
    English Synonyms of "hold": have
    Define meaning of "hold": Maintain (a theory, thoughts, or feelings).
  32. She holds hatred in her heart, Ella anida odio en su corazón.
    Bear a grudge.
    Entertain interesting notions.
    Harbor a resentment.

  33. Translate "hold" to Spanish: tener narcóticos a la venta
    English Synonyms of "hold": have narcotics for sale


  34. Translate "hold" to Spanish: tener narcóticos en su posesión
    English Synonyms of "hold": have narcotics in one's possession

hold  Noun
  1. Translate "hold" to Spanish: agarre, apoyo, asimiento, retención, sujeción, cogedura
    English Synonyms of "hold": grab, grasp, clench, clutch, grip, seizing, snatch
    Define meaning of "hold": The act of grasping.
  2. He released his clasp on my arm.
    He has a strong grip for an old man.
    She kept a firm hold on the railing.

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  3. Translate "hold" to Spanish: agarradera
    English Synonyms of "hold": grab, handle, knob, grip, helve, holder, lug
    Define meaning of "hold": The appendage to an object that is designed to be held in order to use or move it.
  4. He grabbed the hammer by the handle.
    It was an old briefcase but it still had a good grip.


  5. Translate "hold" to Spanish: cala, espacio de carga en el caso del barco
    English Synonyms of "hold": cargo space in the hull of a vessel

Verb Conjugation for "hold"
Gerund: holding

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Conceptually-related expressions of "hold"
a cage of gold no freedom does hold
account hold
axle hold-down
backward hold
be held
be in the hold
be left on hold
be on hold
buy and hold strategy
call hold
cargo hold
catch hold of
check hold
cheque hold
cure before the illness takes a hold
decorative mirror with supports to hold candles
defend-and-hold strategy
depth of hold
ditch on the contour that holds water
do not hold water
elastic undergarment with attached garters worn by women to hold up stockings
financial claims held
forward hold
gain a firm hold on
get a firm hold
get a good hold
get a good hold of
get a hold
get a hold of
get a hold of oneself
get a hold on oneself
get hold
get hold of
get hold of oneself
get hold of yourself
get on hold
grab hold
grab hold of
grab hold of oneself
grasp hold of
hand-held
have a firm hold of
have a firm hold on
have a good hold of
have a hold over
have hold over
horizontal hold
if the fish puts up a fight just remember to hold on tight
impose a hold on DL
inspiration hold
it doesn't hold water
keep a firm hold on
keep a tight hold over
keep hold of
lay hold of
lay hold on
leave on hold
legally-held
life-hold
loose hold of
loose one's hold
lose hold
lose hold of
lose one's hold
lose one's hold on
maintain hold of
mark-hold
music on hold
no-holds-barred
no holds barred
on hold
on hold for
one can safely hold that
period during which something is held
place where demonstrations are held
place where fairs or horse races are held
placed on hold
production hold-up
publicly held
put on hold
relax one's hold
relax one's hold of
right to hold office
sample-hold amplifier
scissors hold
security held
seize hold of
small ornamental case used to hold needles
straight track of a highway on which a drag race is held
strong hold
take a firm hold of
take hold
take hold of
take hold of oneself
take hold on
taking hold
that holds water
toe-hold
traffic hold-up
vertical hold
what the future holds
which holds power
with holded breath
without being able to hold back
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