hold tight

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

  1. To hold onto something securely or closely.
    Hold tight to that vase, and don't drop it.
    Hold tight to me: the bus is going round a sharp bend.
    Hold me tight and kiss me.
  2. To remain in place, to wait for a specified event.
    Hold tight, I will go and look for your orders in our back room.