Phrasal verb: hold on (Example 2)

hold on = [informal] used to tell someone to wait for a short time

‘Hold on’ is one of the many different expressions you can use to tell someone to wait for a short period of time.⌚️
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What other expressions do you know that have the same meaning and how polite do you think they are? 🤓
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