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Hold on!

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Hold, on
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Hold, on
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to hold on to sth. - an etw. festhaltenLast post 16 Nov 12, 21:57
Paul writes to the Thessalonians:" Hold on to the good. Avoid every kind of evil" -1 Replies
to hold firm on sth. - an etw. festhaltenLast post 16 Oct 08, 23:17
EU 'holds firm' on climate goals. The EU will keep to its targets to tackle climate change d…1 Replies
to hold s.o. to ransom - jdn. gegen Lösegeld festhaltenLast post 04 Sep 09, 02:46
Die Verbindung von "gegen Lösegeld" mit "festhalten" ist unlogisch und falsch. Die Präposi…8 Replies
hold on vs. hang onLast post 14 Oct 09, 16:59
Der Unterschied zwischen den beiden Ausdrücken ist mir leider bis heute nicht klar geworden,…1 Replies
am Grundsätze glauben, an Grundsätzen festhalten - to hold tenets onLast post 02 May 09, 23:43
wherever tenets on the relationships between variables are held...... brauch sowas oder sowa…4 Replies
hold onLast post 04 Nov 08, 17:38
Though I distract myself with loneliness, I don't hold on to that Vielen Dank1 Replies
on hold - Versandstopp (der)Last post 14 May 09, 10:25
Purchasing: an order is 'on hold' = eine Bestellung ist auf Versandstopp1 Replies
festhaltenLast post 15 Jul 15, 13:25
Hallo, ist der Satz korrekt: "Er hält seinen Hund am Halsband fest." Danke!2 Replies
to hold sth. in place - etw. festhaltenLast post 13 Nov 11, 12:47
It is best to use two people when installing drywall, one to hold the sheet in place and the…1 Replies
to hold to sth. - an etw. festhaltenLast post 03 Jun 18, 14:56
Jesus said: Whoever holds to my commandments and keeps them is the one who loves me; and who…9 Replies

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