held

英 [held] 美 [hɛld]
  • v. 握住(hold的过去分词)
  • n. (Held)人名;(英、瑞典)赫尔德;(德、捷)黑尔德;(罗、匈、塞)海尔德
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Old English heold, past tense and p.p. of hold.
1. He then held the man in an armlock until police arrived.
然后他反扭住那名男子的手臂让他动弹不得,直到警察赶到。

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2. This will mean more remand prisoners being held in police cells.
这将意味着更多候审犯人会被拘押在警局拘留室。

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3. The election was held six months ahead of schedule.
选举提前了6个月举行。

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4. Last night he was being held in solitary confinement in Douglas jail.
昨晚他被单独监禁在道格拉斯的监狱里。

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5. Carrington held a position of responsibility within the government.
卡林顿在政府机构身居要职。

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