He holds on to a railing tightly.
The soldier is holding a submachine gun.
The driver is holding the steering wheel.
guide a plough
v.guard; watch; keep
Keep watch over this end of the lane and don't let the thief slip away.
guard a gate
measure wordinfmlbundle; bunch (for object with a handle)
a bundle of straw
prep.infml(used when the object is placed before the verb, and is the recipient of the action, the sentence structure expresses disposition)
close the door
have the house repaired
n.handle; bicycle handlebar
the handlebar of a bicycle
handlebars of a cart
v.control; dominate; monopolize
keep the power of the company in one's own hands
v.infmlbe close to; near; lean against
There is a pub at the entrance of the lane.
v.dialbind together; attach closely; chain; lock
mend the crack
v.infmlhold (a baby while it relieves itself); assist child in natural functions
hold a baby to let it relieve itself
n.datedsworn brotherhood; relationship formed by swearing an alliance