Vamos aprender mais um Phrasal Verb em Inglês.
hold on > to make yourself continue to do what you are doing or stay where you are although it is difficult or unpleasant. To tell someone to stop, wait, think, listen.
Tradução: esperar, segurar, esperar um pouco, aguentar firme
Pratique com as sentenças e o áudio logo abaixo:
- Hold on! I’ll just check my diary.
- If you can just hold on I’ll go and get some help.
- We just had to hold on until help arrived.
- “Are you ready?” “No, hold on.”
- Hold on. I’ll be ready in just a moment.
- Hold on! I’m not ready.
- We’ve got to go now. We can’t hold on any longer.
- Hold on. I need to find my glasses.
- We’ll hold on another minute, then we’ll have to go.
- Can you hurry up in the bathroom – I can’t hold on much longer.
- You just have to hold on until the ambulance arrives.
- Hold on! You forgot your card!
- The manager asked him to hold on while he investigated.
- Hold on a minute.
- She held on with all her strength.
- Hold on a minute while I get my breath back.
- Hold on! This isn’t the right road.
- They managed to hold on until help arrived.
- Can you hold on? I’ll see if he’s here.
- Can you hold on? I’ll try to find her.
- Hold on – I haven’t finished yet.
Example sentences > (Waytogo and Dictionaries: Cambridge/Longman/Collins/Oxford/Merriam-Webster/Macmillan)