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hold, uphold, clamp, stop, keep, halt significa in italiano

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hold [holds] (cargo area)
noun
[UK: həʊld]
[US: hoʊld]

stivanoun
{f}

hold [holds] (grasp)
noun
[UK: həʊld]
[US: hoʊld]

presanoun
{f}

hold [holds] (reserve)
noun
[UK: həʊld]
[US: hoʊld]

prenotazionenoun
{f}

hold [held, held, holding, holds] (to be or remain valid)
verb
[UK: həʊld held held]
[US: hoʊld ˈheld ˈheld]

ritenereverb

hold [held, held, holding, holds] (to cause to wait)
verb
[UK: həʊld held held]
[US: hoʊld ˈheld ˈheld]

trattenereverb

hold [held, held, holding, holds] (to contain)
verb
[UK: həʊld held held]
[US: hoʊld ˈheld ˈheld]

contenereverb

hold [held, held, holding, holds] (to grasp)
verb
[UK: həʊld held held]
[US: hoʊld ˈheld ˈheld]

imbracciareverb

tenereverb

hold [held, held, holding, holds] (to keep possession)
verb
[UK: həʊld held held]
[US: hoʊld ˈheld ˈheld]

mantenereverb

serbareverb

hold [held, held, holding, holds] (to reserve)
verb
[UK: həʊld held held]
[US: hoʊld ˈheld ˈheld]

prenotareverb

uphold [upheld, upheld, upholding, upholds] (to support by approval or encouragement)
verb
[UK: ˌʌp.ˈhəʊld ˌʌp.ˈheld ˌʌp.ˈheld]
[US: ˌʌpˈhoʊld əp.ˈheld əp.ˈheld]

confermareverb

difendereverb

sostenereverb

clamp [clamps] (woodworking tool)
noun
[UK: klæmp]
[US: ˈklæmp]

morsettonoun
{m}

stop [stops] (device to block a moving object)
noun
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

pulsante di arrestonoun
{m}

stop [stops] (interruption of travel)
noun
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

interruzionenoun
{f}

stop [stops] (music: knob or pin to regulate the flow of air in an organ)
noun
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

registronoun
{m}

stop [stopped, stopped, stopping, stops] (not to continue)
verb
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

smettereverb

stop [stops] (place to get on and off mass transport)
noun
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

fermatanoun
{f}

stop [stops] (punctuation symbol)
noun
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

puntonoun
{m}

stop [stops] (that which stops, impedes, or obstructs)
noun
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

ostacolonoun

stop [stopped, stopped, stopping, stops] (to cause to cease moving)
verb
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

fermareverb

stop [stopped, stopped, stopping, stops] (to cause to come to an end)
verb
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

far smettereverb

stop [stopped, stopped, stopping, stops] (to cease moving)
verb
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

fermarsiverb

stop [stopped, stopped, stopping, stops] (to cease; to no longer continue (doing something))
verb
[UK: stɒp]
[US: ˈstɑːp]

terminareverb

keep [keeps] (main tower)
noun
[UK: kiːp]
[US: ˈkiːp]

dongionenoun
{m}

torrionenoun
{m}

keep [keeps] (support)
noun
[UK: kiːp]
[US: ˈkiːp]

mantenimentonoun
{m}

keep [kept, kept, keeping, keeps] (to continue)
verb
[UK: kiːp kept kept]
[US: ˈkiːp ˈkept ˈkept]

continuareverb

seguitareverb

keep [kept, kept, keeping, keeps] (to maintain possession of)
verb
[UK: kiːp kept kept]
[US: ˈkiːp ˈkept ˈkept]

tenereverb

keep [kept, kept, keeping, keeps] (to remain edible or otherwise usable)
verb
[UK: kiːp kept kept]
[US: ˈkiːp ˈkept ˈkept]

conservarsiverb

keep [kept, kept, keeping, keeps] (to remain in, to be confined to)
verb
[UK: kiːp kept kept]
[US: ˈkiːp ˈkept ˈkept]

restareverb

rimanereverb

keep [kept, kept, keeping, keeps] (to restrain)
verb
[UK: kiːp kept kept]
[US: ˈkiːp ˈkept ˈkept]

trattenereverb

halt [halted, halted, halting, halts] (to stop either temporarily or permanently)
verb
[UK: hɔːlt]
[US: ˈhɒlt]

fermareverb

hold on (to hold, grasp, or grip)
verb
[UK: həʊld ɒn]
[US: hoʊld ɑːn]

aggrapparsiverb

hold to (adhere strongly to)
verb
[UK: həʊld tuː]
[US: hoʊld ˈtuː]

aderire a mantenereverb

hold down (to restrain)
verb
[UK: həʊld daʊn]
[US: hoʊld ˈdaʊn]

tenere a frenoverb