to take hold
- assume control
- Take hold of the rope.
- Take a breath and hold it.
- Take hold of opportunity by the forelock.
- Take hold of the rope, and I'll pull you up.
- Take hold of it. We're going to pull it.
- He tried to take hold of the sheep.
- I managed to take hold of him this afternoon.
- The secretary asked that I hold the line until Mr Williams was free to take my call.
- The airport managing body shall hold consultations on the proposed changes with the airport users and take their views into account before a decision is taken.
- According to Commission services Spring 2005 forecast, the government deficit ratio is projected to exceed its Treaty reference value by a large margin also in 2006, when the recovery of the economy is expected to gradually take hold.
- Where provision is made for carriage of a passenger, the vehicle must be fitted with a passenger hand-hold system, which must take the form of a strap or a hand-grip or hand-grips.
- In fact, Air Catalunya had been invited to take part in the selection procedure, but its tender could not be accepted since the company does not hold an air operator’s certificate (AOC) or a licence to operate in Spain .
- Even if the procedure provided for in Article 4 of Regulation (EEC) No 2408/92 for the imposition of the public service obligation had been followed, Air Catalunya would not have been able to take part in the tender procedure, which was restricted to companies which hold a licence to operate scheduled services.
- they must take the necessary steps to ensure that client funds deposited, in accordance with Article 18, in a central bank, a credit institution or a bank authorised in a third country or a qualifying money market fund are held in an account or accounts identified separately from any accounts used to hold funds belonging to the investment firm;
- As an aggravating factor, it is also mentioned that the Community industry could have expected to gain some of the market share hold by those three Community producers of citric acid which closed down as of 2004. But on the contrary, the Community industry could neither take over customers from the three closed EC producers, nor benefit from the increased consumption.