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Q. To hold one’s own.
A. To maintain one’s position or strength; the prime minister held his own.

540 Idioms and Phrases English - American.

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The Idiom: To get one’s own back.
To get one’s revenge; when the man was insulted in front of other people, he decide to get his own back.

The Idiom: With open eyes.
Consciously; under no miss apprehension - He joined the business venture with open eyes.

The Idiom: Apple of discord.
Cause of dispute; -the mother-in- law was the apple of discord between son and daughter-in-law.

The Idiom: Under the weather.
Felling slightly ill; she is under the weather ever since her operation.

The Idiom: To get the worst of it.
To be defeated; the loser got the worst of it in the boxing bout.

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