hold one's own

hold one's own  {v. phr.}
To keep your position; avoid losing ground; keep your advantage, wealth, or condition without loss.
Mr. Smith could not build up his business, but he held his own.
The team held its own after the first quarter.
Mary had a hard time after the operation, but soon she was holding her own.
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