Ahold (adverb)

  1. With a grasp or hold on something.
  2. In possession of something.

Origin:

From obsolete on hold, from hold ("to hold, grasp, or keep possession o.f")

Examples:

  1. He took ahold of the rope and began to climb.
  2. She took ahold of the pen and began to write.
  3. I'll take ahold of the package and bring it inside.
  4. He took ahold of the situation and quickly resolved the problem.
  5. She took ahold of the opportunity and made the most of it.
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