hold in contempt

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hold in contempt (third-person singular simple present holds in contempt, present participle holding in contempt, simple past and past participle held in contempt)

  1. (law) To judge someone to have been in contempt of court.
  2. (figuratively) To consider someone unworthy of respect.

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