Definition of hold together phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

hold together

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    hold together

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  1. 1to remain, or to keep something, united A political party should hold together. It's the mother who usually holds the family together.
  2. 2(of an argument, a theory or a story) to be logical or consistent Their case doesn't hold together when you look at the evidence. compare hang together
  3. 3if a machine or an object holds together or something holds it together, the different parts stay together so that it does not break
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