Hold good for - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
hold good for
hold good for (someone or something)
To be or remain true, valid, or applicable. The law must hold good for every person in society, not just those who earn the most money.
hold good for someone or something
[for an offer] to remain open to someone or a group. Does your offer of help still hold good for us? Does it hold good for the entire membership?
References in periodicals archive
If GEMS could respond swiftly to the appointment of placing women on buses in order to make the little charges safer, the same should hold good for
other institutions also.
"Be prepared" does not just hold good for
boy scouts, but Cabinet ministers, too.