When I look for "hold" on dictionaries, Longman says
hold somebody responsible/accountable/liable (for something) to say or decide that someone should accept the responsibility for something bad that happens
If anything happens to her, I’ll hold you personally responsible.
He may have had a terrible childhood, but he should still be held accountable for his own actions. Longman
But Oxford says
17 [transitive] (formal) to consider that something is true
hold that… I still hold that the government's economic policies are mistaken.
hold somebody/something + adj. Parents will be held responsible for their children's behaviour.
Then here, in Oxford's sentence, "Parents will be held responsible for their children's behaviour.", can I interpret it in two ways?
Parents will be considered that they are responsible for their chilrdern's behaviour. (=so parents are acknolwedged that they are already responsible.)
Parents should be responsible for their children's behaviour.
Did I get it correctly?