Retain - definition, pronunciation, transcription
I retain this drug for a long time
the dam retains the water
She retained her composure
this garment retains its shape even after many washings
A landlord may retain part of your deposit if you break the lease.
They insisted on retaining old customs.
You will retain your rights as a citizen.
The TV show has retained its popularity for many years.
The company's goal is to attract and retain good employees.
The team failed to retain him, and he became a free agent.
They have decided to retain a firm to conduct a survey.
You may need to retain an attorney.
The sea retains the sun's warmth longer than the land.
The Bank of England has taken further steps to retain control over the value of the pound.
I cannot retain these distinctions.
You have the right to retain possession of the goods.
The state wants to retain control of food imports.
A lot of information can be retained in your computer.
Limestone is known to retain moisture.
present participle: retaining
past tense: retained
past participle: retained
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