What is the past tense of hold on to?

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The past tense of hold on to is held on to.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of hold on to is holds on to.

The present participle of hold on to is holding on to.

The past participle of hold on to is held on to.

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The throng of people was excited, jeering and mocking, jostling the two who held on to the man at the centre of it all.
The stairs were steep and creaking and he held on to the rail bolted to the wall.
Two riders jumped steady clears to finish ahead of Joanne, but she held on to the third ticket after an agonising wait.
However Saito's weak shot was easily cleared by Rachel Imison and the Hockeyroos held on to lead by a solitary goal at the break.
He gathered her against him, felt that she was as cold as ice as well, and held on to her tightly.
Six-time defending champ Lance Armstrong held on to the overall lead, cruising to a safe finish in the fifth stage of the Tour de France.

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