Someone that I admire and that has a solid background has written in a post in relation to a book: "hold out for the audiobook - trust me"
I looked at the dictionary and it says:
- Hold out for. Continue to demand (a particular thing), refusing to accept what has been offered: he is holding out for a guaranteed 7 per cent rise.
- Hold out. British troops held out against constant attacks: resist, withstand
- Hold out. We can stay here as long as our supplies hold out: last, remain
I am confused. What does "hold out for the audiobook" mean? He recommends the audio version or not? Is that a good, precise or common aplication of that expression?
Any advice to learn phrasal verbs? for me are usually confusing and difficult to learn.
(I am from a small country in Europe and I am learning English)