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    hold up x hold-up (holdup)

    - Rich People Never Hold Up (the) Payment Of (the) Bills
    - They Never Hold Up on Any Payment
    - There Has Been A Holdup (hold-up) On The Payment Of A Bill

    Im Not Sure Of When To Use The Preposition And The Articles...
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    Re: hold up x hold-up (holdup)

    Quote Originally Posted by beachboy View Post
    - Rich People Never Hold Up (the) Payment Of (the) Bills
    - They Never Hold Up on Any Payment
    - There Has Been A Holdup (hold-up) On The Payment Of A Bill

    Im Not Sure Of When To Use The Preposition And The Articles...
    Thanks
    Be careful about using holdup as one word. A holdup is the use of a gun to rob someone. To delay is always to hold up, two words.

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