Phrase of the Day (hold (someone/something) dear)-08JUL21

Phrase of the Day (hold (someone/something) dear)-08JUL21

Today’s “Phrase of the Day” is hold (someone/something) dear and its meaning is “to value/respect highly, to care very much about; be fond of, be attached to, revere, treasure, cherish”.

Example Sentence: Hubert Hurkacz, 24, like Roger Federer, 39, is an all-court player with fine volleys and a taste for the trick shot: His tweener (between-the-legs shot) is one of the flashiest on tour. But it was still a surprise to see him finish off Federer in straight sets at the tournament Federer holds dearest.

Phrase of the Day (hold (someone/something) dear)-08JUL21

This phrase is present in The New York Times article ‘Idea of commuting fills me with dread’: workers on returning to the office and click here to read it.

Courtesy: The New York Times

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