hold out (1)
This page is about the phrasal verb hold out (1).
Meaning: If you hold something out, you hold it where other people can reach it.
- hold out sth The beggar looked up and held out her tin, so I dropped some coins in and she gave me a beautiful smile.
- hold sth out He held his glass out and the waiter filled it up with wine.
When you meet a businessman in Europe, you should hold out
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Contributor: Matt Errey