WHAT DOES “TO GET A HOLD OF SOMEONE” MEAN?
Learn the meaning of the phrase “to get a hold of someone” in this Speak English Mini video.
Find out more about “to get a hold of someone” in our Daily English 190 – Taking a Telephone Message here.
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