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2 ENTRIES FOUND:

hold–down

noun \ˈhōld-ˌan\

Definition of HOLD-DOWN

1
:  something used to fasten an object in place
2
a :  an act of holding down
b :  limit <agreed to wage-rate hold–downs>

First Known Use of HOLD-DOWN

1888

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