What is the past tense of hold onto?

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The past tense of hold onto is held onto.

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

The present participle of hold onto is holding onto.

The past participle of hold onto is held onto.

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He folded her in a painful embrace and held onto her as if he was hanging on for sweet life itself.
Though shattered and disillusioned, he held onto his dream of getting away from ordinary life in order to pursue prayer and contemplation.
Despite losing a few seconds on the last part of the downhill, Ivan held onto his lead in the final kilometres to complete a great ride!
A sudden pang of pain hit my chest, and I held onto it trying to ease the pain.
After his body was wet, Hugo's chubby little arms held onto his Dad while he leant back to wet his hair.
They have held onto those gains by force and rewarded their aides with dukedoms and the like.

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