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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: Alpha and omega.
Beginning and end; - "this is the alpha and omega of the dispute."

The Idiom: To the best of one’s belief.
As far as one knows; "to the best of my belief, the money has been stolen by the servant".

The Idiom: Over and above.
In addition to; -there were three men over and above the usual crew.

The Idiom: Come back to earth.
Return to realities; the star struck girl came back to earth when she realized how difficult it was to become an actress.

The Idiom: Play one’s ace.
Use one’s best resources; -as the lawyer played his ace, only when all other tactics failed.

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