Idiom: hang onto (something)
— I’m going to hang onto your passport until we check you into the hotel and then I’ll return it to you.
— Hang onto this ticket—you’ll need it to get into the seminar.
— I like to hang onto all of the letters and cards I get so I can re-read them years later.
— I'll hang onto the memories of this trip for the rest of my life.
— Hang onto that thought. I've got to go put the kids to bed and then I'll call you back.
— Could you hang onto my purse while I go to the restroom?
— Please hang onto your hat tightly—it's very windy on the rooftop.
— Do I need to hang onto this receipt or can I throw it in the trash?
— Hang onto my phone while I run to the bathroom.
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