hold for

hold something for someone

 
1. to keep something safe for someone. I will holdyour money for you. Do you want me to hold your wallet for you while you swim?
2. [for a merchant] to set something aside for a purchaser who will pay for it and take delivery at a later date. I will hold it for you until you can pay for it. We can hold it for you right here and give it to you when you have the money.
See also: hold
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Keeping hands on outer thighs, elbows up, shoulders down, hold for sixty seconds.
As a former call center agent/manager, Williams founded the company after experiencing first-hand the anger of customers forced to wait on hold for extended periods, as well as the frustration felt by all agents when call volume simply became too great to keep up.