Hold over vs. hold off
Why is the choice 'be held off' wrong for the test of http://www.usingenglish.com/members/...hp?quiz_id=444?
I thought hold over = hold off = postpone. Are they different here because of the usage?
Re: Hold over vs. hold off
Sorry for posting the same thing twice. Something wrong with my PC.
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