Definition of "holdover"
  1. The act of staying in a particular status or spot
How to use "holdover" in a sentence
  1. Because he was a holdover from the previous administration, his ideas weren't welcomed.
  2. Despite facing challenges, she was a holdover in her position leading the team.
  3. In the rental agreement, it was mentioned that any holdover would result in additional charges.

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