Spanish translation of 'on hold'
See also hold
to be on hold (Telecommunications) estar en espera
to put sb on hold (Telecommunications) poner a algn en espera
to put a plan on hold suspender temporalmente la ejecución de un plan
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Example Sentences Including 'on hold'
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Both organisations say that members have put investment plans on hold since the Brexit vote.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Is it wise to deposit the funds directly in Australia and what is your view on holding the currency?Times, Sunday Times (2012)
Until this is done, HS2 should be put on hold.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
When others put their projects on hold, we decided to move ahead.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
Be ready to revive work plans you put on hold.The Sun (2016)
Jupiter is on the move and deals that were on hold should go through this time.The Sun (2010)
Put your relationship with this man on hold for now.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But he has put talks on hold until the end of his involvement at the Euros.The Sun (2016)
If there was a crisis behind the scenes, it has been put on hold.The Sun (2016)
The Spurs boss insists he is not worried talks about extending the deals of his top two stars have been put on hold.The Sun (2016)
All future plans are on hold as we don't know how long the situation will take to resolve.Times, Sunday Times (2008)
An independent appeals panel which hears complaints about tickets has put all cases on hold.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
Because fanatics intent on our destruction will not put their plans on hold while we talk.The Sun (2014)
But if something is on hold it means you're waiting for something else to happen.Times, Sunday Times (2010)
But life's on hold now.The Sun (2016)
His plan to impose a deal will go on hold to allow for five days of negotiations next week.The Sun (2016)
How long should America put its future on hold?Times, Sunday Times (2010)
I pretty much put my life on hold for a year.The Sun (2012)
Keep a diary and see what can be cancelled or put on hold.The Sun (2014)
Maybe put practical wedding plans on hold for now but do not rush to end it.The Sun (2016)
Now, though, the plans have been put on hold.Times, Sunday Times (2016)
She put her life on hold for two and a half years.The Sun (2011)
She was under instructions to put any other call on hold and deal with the emergency line.Times, Sunday Times (2007)
The accused have had their lives on hold for five years.The Sun (2014)
The process has now been put on hold.The Sun (2008)
Their future is on hold.Times, Sunday Times (2015)
This puts you in control of life and plans you put on hold will now get moving.The Sun (2008)
We have had to put many things on hold.Times, Sunday Times (2006)
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