To be held

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Definition

to be held (accountable): to assume or to be given responsibility, to be the person who is (accountable)
verb

to be held (in a prison): to be kept, to be detained (in a prison)
verb

(the event will) be held (at the Grand Duke Hotel): (the event will) take place, happen (at the Grand Duke Hotel)
idiom

Examples

  • "It is my privilege to invite you to be this year's keynote speaker at the Nose Awards, to be held at the Grand Duchess Hotel, New York, NY, November 22nd, 2010."
  • "The meeting will be held at 5 p."
  • "The first edition of our weekly Current Events Club will be held on Wednesday at 12:00."
  • "Training will be held in the staff gym next Tuesday at 5pm on the dot."
  • "Just a friendly reminder that the annual Delavigne holiday party will be held tonight."

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