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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: Be in at the death.
See an enterprise ended; he was in at the death of his business due to bad management.

The Idiom: Sit on the fence.
remain neutral or non-committal; the political party sat on the fence on the war issue

The Idiom: To take a leaf out of someone’s book.
To follow someone’s example he took a leaf out of his father’s book and studied hard to become to doctor.

The Idiom: To follow one’s nose
To do as instinct suggests; as he followed his nose and found the right building.

The Idiom: Under the harrow.
In distress; engrossed in their own problems, everyone ignored the bleeding man under the harrow.

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