holdoff (plural holdoffs)

  1. A fixture or attachment intended to prevent direct contact between two objects.
    The ladder holdoff enabled him to clean the gutters easily without the ladder's weight damaging them.
  2. A delay or forebearance.
    There was a three-month holdoff in the decision.

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