hold tight
Verb

hold tight

  1. To hold onto something securely or closely.
    Hold tight to that vase, and don't drop it.
    Hold tight to me: the bus is going round a sharp bend.
    Hold me tight and kiss me.
  2. To remain in place, to wait for a specified event.
    Hold tight, I will go and look for your orders in our back room.
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