Definitions of "hold"
  1. To rightfully own or have something in one's control
  2. To be granted a special right or given a duty to maintain
  3. To limit the freedom or movement of someone
  4. To bring about or orchestrate an event or process
  5. To issue a legal decision as the final resolution of a case
How to use "hold" in a sentence
  1. The court has the power to hold an individual if they pose a danger to society.
  2. In a bankruptcy proceeding, the trustee will hold the debtor's assets.
  3. The judge decided to hold a hearing to determine the custody arrangements.

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