hold down

hold down  {v.}
1. To keep in obedience; keep control of; continue authority or rule over.
Kings used to know very well how to hold down the people.
2.  {informal}
To work satisfactorily at.
John had held down a tough job for a long time.
Categories: hold informal time verb

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