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hold (your) fire

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhold (your) firehold (your) firea) to not shoot at someone when you were going to b) to not criticize, attack, or oppose someone when you were going to The president urged his party to hold fire on the issue a few days longer. hold
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