Ahold or a hold

A hold means a grasp, something khổng lồ hold, or an order to lớn reserve something.Ahold is a variant khung of a hold that is not widely used outside the U.S.

Does a space make a difference? Examine the case of ahold vs. a hold.

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What Does Ahold Mean?

Ahold often appears as part of the phrase get ahold of. In British English and other non-U.S. dialects, this phrase is usually written as get a hold of or simply get hold of.




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Ahold is usually reserved for a physical hold, but a hold has a broader application. Is the same true for the pairs nevermind and never mind or followup & follow up?

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