This page is about the phrasal verb hold to.
Meaning: to make someone do what they promised or agreed to do
- hold sb to sth The player will hold the club to the exact terms of his contract, and if they try to break the contract he'll take them to court.
- hold sb to sth You said you'd give us all a bonus if we got the deal, and we're going to hold you to that.
If the workers hold their employers to their promise to increase wages, the workers will
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Contributor: Matt Errey