The phrasal verb hold on means to wait for a short time. We usually use hold on when we talk on the phone.
- Thanks for calling ABC Company. Please hold on.
- Jack? Yes, he’s here. Please hold on a moment. He’ll be right with you.
- The bank had me hold on for 10 minutes before anyone picked up the phone.
When was the last time you needed to hold on?
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