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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: keep, *keep*
English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
keep[VT] เก็บ, See also: เก็บรักษา, เก็บไว้, สงวนไว้, รักษา, พยุง, ประคอง, Syn. save, retain, preserve
keep[VT] ควบคุม, See also: คุม, Syn. hold, confine
keep[VI] ทำเรื่อยไป, See also: ดำเนินต่อไป, ดำเนินเรื่อยไป, Syn. continue, go on, carry on
keep[VT] ป้องกัน
keep[VT] เลี้ยงดู, See also: เลี้ยง, ดูแล
keep[N] อาหารและที่พัก, See also: ปัจจัยสี่, Syn. maintenance

English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
keep(คีพ) {kept,kept,keeping,keeps} v. เก็บ,สงวนไว้,กักขัง,ป้องกันรักษา,หน่วงเหนี่ยว,ธำรงไว้,ผดุงไว้,กักตัว,ดำเนินกิจการ,ยังคงเป็นอยู่ การรักษาไว้,การสนับสนุน,ตัวตึกที่แข็งแรงที่สุดของปราสาทสมัยกลาง,ส่วนที่แข็งแกร่ง แน่นหนาที่สุด,คุก. -Phr. (forkeeps ด้วยควา

English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
keep(vt) เก็บ,ดูแล,รักษา,เลี้ยง,ระวัง,กักขัง

ตัวอย่างประโยค (EN,TH,DE,JA,CN) จาก Open Subtitles
Keep.... ได้... . Romance of Their Own (2004)
Keep it clean!อ้าง มาใน! Creed (2015)
There are some secrets you're only too happy to keep.มีความลับแค่ไม่กี่เรื่องหรอกนะที่จะทำให้คุณรู้สึกดีที่เก็บมันไว้ The Serena Also Rises (2008)
But I'm not sure if I can keep it.แต่ผมไม่แน่ใจ ว่าผมจะทำได้รึเปล่า New Haven Can Wait (2008)
Nothing yet. Keep talking.ไม่เอาคุยกันก่อน Not Cancer (2008)
Keep it.เก็บไว้สิ New Haven Can Wait (2008)
Which did indeed include keeping everything as isไหนคุณว่าต้องการเก็บทุกอย่างไว้อย่างนี้ Chuck in Real Life (2008)
Yeah, well, I'll just keep on looking. thank you.โอ้ ฉันจะลองดูอีกนะ ขอบคุณมาก Pret-a-Poor-J (2008)
Keeping your pride and getting nothing or taking a riskเก็บความภาคภูมิใจ และเหมือนไม่ได้รับอะไร หรือ จะเสี่ยง Pret-a-Poor-J (2008)
Hey, why do you keep eating those pot brownies?คุณจะดึงดันยัดเข้าไปทำไม There Might be Blood (2008)
Nate didn't know. He would never keep that from us.เนทไม่รู้หรอก เค้าไม่มีทางทำแบบนั้นกับเรา There Might be Blood (2008)
Then why are you keeping score?งั้นก็อย่าห่วงเรื่องการทำคะแนน Committed (2008)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
keepKeep quiet.
keepYou should always keep a broad perspective on the work you do.
keepThe supply can not keep up with the demand.
keepOne is often judged by the company one keeps.
keepKeep quite and behave well!
keepHe keeps a toyshop in a small way.
keepI told him to keep his promise.
keepShe did not keep her promise to write to me.
keepAlthough he was exhausted, he had to keep working.
keepHe has been keeping company with Ann for three months.
keepThe police tried to keep people away from the accident.
keepHe asked me to keep him company on the weekends.

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
ไว้[V] keep, See also: save, store, hold, Syn. เก็บ, วาง
เก็บรักษา[V] keep, See also: preserve, conserve, maintain, Syn. รักษา, Ant. ทิ้งขว้าง, Example: กรมศิลปากรได้สอบค้นต้นฉบับลานทองพบว่าต้นฉบับดังกล่าวเก็บรักษาอยู่ในพิพิธภัณฑสถานแห่งชาติ
เก็บ[V] keep, See also: take in, put away, Example: เมื่อหยิบหนังสือมาจากชั้น ควรนำไปเก็บไว้ที่ชั้นตามเดิม เพื่อความเป็นระเบียบ, Thai definition: เอาเข้าที่
เข้าพกเข้าห่อ[V] save, See also: keep, Example: เธอเข้าพกเข้าห่อเอาเป็นของตัวเองหมด อย่างนี้เรียกว่าจอมงกเลย, Thai definition: เอาไว้เป็นของตัวเอง, เอาเข้าไว้เป็นกรรมสิทธิ์ของตนเอง
อุบ[V] keep, See also: hold back, Thai definition: ถือเอา, ริบเอา, ไม่ยอมให้เปลี่ยนแปลง
ทรงไว้[V] keep, See also: maintain, Syn. บำรุง, คงไว้, Thai definition: ทำนุบำรุงรักษาไว้

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
เอาไว้[v.] (ao wai) EN: keep   FR: conserver ; placer ; mettre
เก็บไว้[v.] (kepwai) EN: keep   FR: garder ; conserver
ตั้งอยู่ใน[v.] (tangyū nai) EN: keep   

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
keep    (v) (k ii1 p)

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
Inganghaltung {f}keep going [Add to Longdo]
zuhabenkeep closed [Add to Longdo]
Behalt es für dich!Keep it under your hat! [Add to Longdo]
Behalte das für dich!Keep this private! [Add to Longdo]
Beherrsch dich!Keep your temper! [Add to Longdo]
Beherrschen Sie sich!Keep your temper! [Add to Longdo]
Betreten des Rasens verboten!Keep off the grass! [Add to Longdo]
Bleiben Sie sitzen!Keep your seats! [Add to Longdo]
Denk an mich!Keep me in mind! [Add to Longdo]
Eintritt verboten!Keep out! [Add to Longdo]
Gehen Sie geradeaus.Keep straight on. [Add to Longdo]
Halt die Klappe! [ugs.]Keep your strap shut! [coll.] [Add to Longdo]
Halt die Ohren steif!Keep a stiff upper lip! [Add to Longdo]
Halt mich auf dem laufenden!Keep me informed! [Add to Longdo]
Halten Sie es geheim!Keep it dark! [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (6 entries found)

From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Keep \Keep\ (k[=e]p), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Kept} (k[e^]pt); p.
     pr. & vb. n. {Keeping}.] [OE. k[=e]pen, AS. c[=e]pan to keep,
     regard, desire, await, take, betake; cf. AS. copenere lover,
     OE. copnien to desire.]
     1. To care; to desire. [Obs.]
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              I kepe not of armes for to yelp [boast]. --Chaucer.
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     2. To hold; to restrain from departure or removal; not to let
        go of; to retain in one's power or possession; not to
        lose; to retain; to detain.
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              If we lose the field,
              We can not keep the town.             --Shak.
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              That I may know what keeps me here with you.
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              If we would weigh and keep in our minds what we are
              considering, that would instruct us.  --Locke.
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     3. To cause to remain in a given situation or condition; to
        maintain unchanged; to hold or preserve in any state or
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              His loyalty he kept, his love, his zeal. --Milton.
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              Keep a stiff rein, and move but gently on.
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     Note: In this sense it is often used with prepositions and
           adverbs, as to keep away, to keep down, to keep from,
           to keep in, out, or off, etc. "To keep off impertinence
           and solicitation from his superior." --Addison.
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     4. To have in custody; to have in some place for
        preservation; to take charge of.
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              The crown of Stephanus, first king of Hungary, was
              always kept in the castle of Vicegrade. --Knolles.
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     5. To preserve from danger, harm, or loss; to guard.
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              Behold, I am with thee, and will keep thee. --Gen.
                                                    xxviii. 15.
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     6. To preserve from discovery or publicity; not to
        communicate, reveal, or betray, as a secret.
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              Great are thy virtues . . . though kept from man.
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     7. To attend upon; to have the care of; to tend.
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              And the Lord God took the man, and put him into the
              garden of Eden, to dress it and to keep it. --Gen.
                                                    ii. 15.
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              In her girlish age, she kept sheep on the moor.
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     8. To record transactions, accounts, or events in; as, to
        keep books, a journal, etc.; also, to enter (as accounts,
        records, etc. ) in a book.
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     9. To maintain, as an establishment, institution, or the
        like; to conduct; to manage; as, to keep store.
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              Like a pedant that keeps a school.    --Shak.
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              Every one of them kept house by himself. --Hayward.
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     10. To supply with necessaries of life; to entertain; as, to
         keep boarders.
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     11. To have in one's service; to have and maintain, as an
         assistant, a servant, a mistress, a horse, etc.
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               I keep but three men and a boy.      --Shak.
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     12. To have habitually in stock for sale.
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     13. To continue in, as a course or mode of action; not to
         intermit or fall from; to hold to; to maintain; as, to
         keep silence; to keep one's word; to keep possession.
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               Both day and night did we keep company. --Shak.
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               Within this portal as I kept my watch. --Smollett.
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     14. To observe; to adhere to; to fulfill; not to swerve from
         or violate; to practice or perform, as duty; not to
         neglect; to be faithful to.
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               I have kept the faith.               --2 Tim. iv.
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               Him whom to love is to obey, and keep
               His great command.                   --Milton.
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     15. To confine one's self to; not to quit; to remain in; as,
         to keep one's house, room, bed, etc.; hence, to haunt; to
         frequent. --Shak.
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               'Tis hallowed ground;
               Fairies, and fawns, and satyrs do it keep. --J.
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     16. To observe duly, as a festival, etc.; to celebrate; to
         solemnize; as, to keep a feast.
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               I went with them to the house of God . . . with a
               multitude that kept holyday.         --Ps. xlii. 4.
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     {To keep at arm's length}. See under {Arm}, n.
     {To keep back}.
         (a) To reserve; to withhold. "I will keep nothing back
             from you." --Jer. xlii. 4.
         (b) To restrain; to hold back. "Keep back thy servant
             also from presumptuous sins." --Ps. xix. 13.
     {To keep company with}.
         (a) To frequent the society of; to associate with; as,
             let youth keep company with the wise and good.
         (b) To accompany; to go with; as, to keep company with
             one on a voyage; also, to pay court to, or accept
             attentions from, with a view to marriage. [Colloq.]
     {To keep counsel}. See under {Counsel}, n.
     {To keep down}.
         (a) To hold in subjection; to restrain; to hinder.
         (b) (Fine Arts) To subdue in tint or tone, as a portion
             of a picture, so that the spectator's attention may
             not be diverted from the more important parts of the
     {To keep good hours} or {To keep bad hours}, to be
        customarily early (or late) in returning home or in
        retiring to rest.
     {To keep house}.
         (a) To occupy a separate house or establishment, as with
             one's family, as distinguished from {boarding}; to
             manage domestic affairs.
         (b) (Eng. Bankrupt Law) To seclude one's self in one's
             house in order to evade the demands of creditors.
     {To keep one's hand in}, to keep in practice.
     {To keep open house}, to be hospitable.
     {To keep the peace} (Law), to avoid or to prevent a breach of
        the peace.
     {To keep school}, to govern, manage and instruct or teach a
        school, as a preceptor.
     {To keep a stiff upper lip}, to keep up one's courage.
     {To keep term}.
         (a) (Eng. Universities) To reside during a term.
         (b) (Inns of Court) To eat a sufficient number of dinners
             in hall to make the term count for the purpose of
             being called to the bar. [Eng.] --Mozley & W.
     {To keep touch}. See under {Touch}, n.
     {To keep under}, to hold in subjection; hence, to oppress.
     {To keep up}.
         (a) To maintain; to prevent from falling or diminution;
             as, to keep up the price of goods; to keep up one's
         (b) To maintain; to continue; to prevent from ceasing.
             "In joy, that which keeps up the action is the desire
             to continue it." --Locke.
     Syn: To retain; detain; reserve; preserve; hold; restrain;
          maintain; sustain; support; withhold. -- To {Keep}.
     Usage: {Retain}, {Preserve}. Keep is the generic term, and is
            often used where retain or preserve would too much
            restrict the meaning; as, to keep silence, etc. Retain
            denotes that we keep or hold things, as against
            influences which might deprive us of them, or reasons
            which might lead us to give them up; as, to retain
            vivacity in old age; to retain counsel in a lawsuit;
            to retain one's servant after a reverse of fortune.
            Preserve denotes that we keep a thing against agencies
            which might lead to its being destroyed or broken in
            upon; as, to preserve one's health; to preserve
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Keep \Keep\, n.
     1. The act or office of keeping; custody; guard; care; heed;
        charge. --Chaucer.
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              Pan, thou god of shepherds all,
              Which of our tender lambkins takest keep. --Spenser.
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     2. The state of being kept; hence, the resulting condition;
        case; as, to be in good keep.
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     3. The means or provisions by which one is kept; maintenance;
        support; as, the keep of a horse.
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              Grass equal to the keep of seven cows. --Carlyle.
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              I performed some services to the college in return
              for my keep.                          --T. Hughes.
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     4. That which keeps or protects; a stronghold; a fortress; a
        castle; specifically, the strongest and securest part of a
        castle, often used as a place of residence by the lord of
        the castle, especially during a siege; the dungeon. See
        Illust. of {Castle}.
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              The prison strong,
              Within whose keep the captive knights were laid.
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              The lower chambers of those gloomy keeps. --Hallam.
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              I think . . . the keep, or principal part of a
              castle, was so called because the lord and his
              domestic circle kept, abode, or lived there. --M. A.
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     5. That which is kept in charge; a charge. [Obs.]
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              Often he used of his keep
              A sacrifice to bring.                 --Spenser.
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     6. (Mach.) A cap for retaining anything, as a journal box, in
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     {To take keep}, to take care; to heed. [Obs.] --Chaucer.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Keep \Keep\, v. i.
     1. To remain in any position or state; to continue; to abide;
        to stay; as, to keep at a distance; to keep aloft; to keep
        near; to keep in the house; to keep before or behind; to
        keep in favor; to keep out of company, or out reach.
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     2. To last; to endure; to remain unimpaired.
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              If the malt be not thoroughly dried, the ale it
              makes will not keep.                  --Mortimer.
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     3. To reside for a time; to lodge; to dwell. [Now disused
        except locally or colloquially.]
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              Knock at his study, where, they say, he keeps.
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     4. To take care; to be solicitous; to watch. [Obs.]
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              Keep that the lusts choke not the word of God that
              is in us.                             --Tyndale.
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     5. To be in session; as, school keeps to-day. [Colloq.]
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     {To keep from}, to abstain or refrain from.
     {To keep in with}, to keep on good terms with; as, to keep in
        with an opponent.
     {To keep on}, to go forward; to proceed; to continue to
     {To keep to}, to adhere strictly to; not to neglect or
        deviate from; as, to keep to old customs; to keep to a
        rule; to keep to one's word or promise.
     {To keep up}, to remain unsubdued; also, not to be confined
        to one's bed.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Donjon \Don"jon\ (d[u^]n"j[u^]n), n. [See {Dungeon}.]
     The chief tower, also called the {keep}; a massive tower in
     ancient castles, forming the strongest part of the
     fortifications. See Illust. of {Castle}.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

      n 1: the financial means whereby one lives; "each child was
           expected to pay for their keep"; "he applied to the state
           for support"; "he could no longer earn his own livelihood"
           [syn: {support}, {keep}, {livelihood}, {living}, {bread and
           butter}, {sustenance}]
      2: the main tower within the walls of a medieval castle or
         fortress [syn: {keep}, {donjon}, {dungeon}]
      3: a cell in a jail or prison [syn: {hold}, {keep}]
      v 1: keep in a certain state, position, or activity; e.g., "keep
           clean"; "hold in place"; "She always held herself as a
           lady"; "The students keep me on my toes" [syn: {keep},
           {maintain}, {hold}]
      2: continue a certain state, condition, or activity; "Keep on
         working!"; "We continued to work into the night"; "Keep
         smiling"; "We went on working until well past midnight" [syn:
         {continue}, {go on}, {proceed}, {go along}, {keep}] [ant:
      3: retain possession of; "Can I keep my old stuffed animals?";
         "She kept her maiden name after she married" [syn: {keep},
         {hold on}] [ant: {lose}]
      4: stop (someone or something) from doing something or being in
         a certain state; "We must prevent the cancer from spreading";
         "His snoring kept me from falling asleep"; "Keep the child
         from eating the marbles" [syn: {prevent}, {keep}] [ant:
         {allow}, {let}, {permit}]
      5: conform one's action or practice to; "keep appointments";
         "she never keeps her promises"; "We kept to the original
         conditions of the contract" [syn: {observe}, {keep}] [ant:
         {breach}, {break}, {go against}, {infract}, {offend},
         {transgress}, {violate}]
      6: stick to correctly or closely; "The pianist kept time with
         the metronome"; "keep count"; "I cannot keep track of all my
         employees" [syn: {observe}, {keep}, {maintain}]
      7: look after; be the keeper of; have charge of; "He keeps the
         shop when I am gone"
      8: maintain by writing regular records; "keep a diary";
         "maintain a record"; "keep notes" [syn: {keep}, {maintain}]
      9: supply with room and board; "He is keeping three women in the
         guest cottage"; "keep boarders"
      10: allow to remain in a place or position or maintain a
          property or feature; "We cannot continue several servants
          any longer"; "She retains a lawyer"; "The family's fortune
          waned and they could not keep their household staff"; "Our
          grant has run out and we cannot keep you on"; "We kept the
          work going as long as we could"; "She retained her
          composure"; "this garment retains its shape even after many
          washings" [syn: {retain}, {continue}, {keep}, {keep on}]
      11: supply with necessities and support; "She alone sustained
          her family"; "The money will sustain our good cause";
          "There's little to earn and many to keep" [syn: {sustain},
          {keep}, {maintain}]
      12: fail to spoil or rot; "These potatoes keep for a long time"
          [syn: {keep}, {stay fresh}]
      13: behave as expected during of holidays or rites; "Keep the
          commandments"; "celebrate Christmas"; "Observe Yom Kippur"
          [syn: {observe}, {celebrate}, {keep}]
      14: keep under control; keep in check; "suppress a smile"; "Keep
          your temper"; "keep your cool" [syn: {restrain}, {keep},
          {keep back}, {hold back}]
      15: maintain in safety from injury, harm, or danger; "May God
          keep you" [syn: {keep}, {preserve}]
      16: raise; "She keeps a few chickens in the yard"; "he keeps
      17: retain rights to; "keep my job for me while I give birth";
          "keep my seat, please"; "keep open the possibility of a
          merger" [syn: {keep open}, {hold open}, {keep}, {save}]
      18: store or keep customarily; "Where do you keep your gardening
      19: have as a supply; "I always keep batteries in the freezer";
          "keep food for a week in the pantry"; "She keeps a sixpack
          and a week's worth of supplies in the refrigerator"
      20: maintain for use and service; "I keep a car in the
          countryside"; "She keeps an apartment in Paris for her
          shopping trips" [syn: {keep}, {maintain}]
      21: hold and prevent from leaving; "The student was kept after
      22: prevent (food) from rotting; "preserved meats"; "keep
          potatoes fresh" [syn: {preserve}, {keep}]

From Dutch-English Freedict dictionary [fd-nld-eng]:

  keep [kep]

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