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    In the hold

    What do they mean by "in the hold"?


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    #2

    Re: In the hold

    Context?!

    Though the obvious meaning is in the hold of a ship - which is the area inside a ship in which things are stored.

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    Re: In the hold

    what do they usually means by this idiom?


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    Re: In the hold

    It isn't an idiom as such. We do need to have context to see what you are asking about.

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    Re: In the hold

    When an army threw a bomb, he said " fire in the hold"

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