hold firm

Definition of hold firm

  1. :  to refuse to change what one has been doing or believing They are holding firm on their refusal to proceed.

Word by Word Definitions

holdplay
  1. :  to have possession or ownership of or have at one's disposal

    :  to have as a privilege or position of responsibility

    :  to have as a mark of distinction

  1. :  stronghold

    :  confinement, custody

    :  prison

  1. :  the interior of a ship below decks

    :  the cargo deck of a ship

    :  the cargo compartment of a plane

firmplay
  1. :  securely or solidly fixed in place

    :  not weak or uncertain :  vigorous

    :  having a solid or compact structure that resists stress or pressure

  1. :  in a firm manner :  steadfastly, fixedly

  1. :  to make secure or fast :  tighten

    :  to make solid or compact

    :  to put into final form :  settle

  1. :  the name or title under which a company transacts business

    :  a partnership of two or more persons that is not recognized as a legal person distinct from the members composing it

    :  a business unit or enterprise


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