hold inside

hold something inside

((of) one(self)) Go to hold something in.
See also: hold, inside
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Officials reported 1,328 arrivals on Tuesday as rebels tried to expand their hold inside Aleppo, Syria's largest city, close to the border.
The blaze had taken hold inside a teenage girl's bedroom and destroyed it, sending smoke through the rest of the upstairs.
he is their enemy and demands the very poisonous essence they hold inside.
A North Wales Fire Service spokeswoman said crews were confronted with a severe fire, which had already taken hold inside a bedroom after the candle had fallen on to bedclothes.
The more you hold inside, the worse off you are, and the more it affects your body and gives you psychosomatic reactions.
The fire took hold inside the brick-built two-storey building off Wellington Road at 6.