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ลองค้นหาคำในรูปแบบอื่นๆ เพื่อให้ได้ผลลัพธ์มากขึ้นหรือน้อยลง: -keeping-, *keeping*, keep
English-Thai: Longdo Dictionary
keeping up with the joneses(phrase ) การมีอะไร (เงิน วัตถุ ชื่อเสียง) ทัดเทียมคนอื่น, ไม่น้อยหน้าชาวบ้าน เช่น Keeping up with the Joneses isn't necessary, especially if you need payday loans because you can't afford it.
book keeping(n) การทำบัญชี, การบัญชี
Department of Peacekeeping Operationsทบวงการสันติบาล เป็นหน่วยงานหนึ่งของสหประชาชาติ มีหน้าที่ดูแลรักษาสันติภาพของมนุษยชาติในนามสหประชาชาติ

English-Thai: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
keeping[N] การรักษา, See also: การปกป้อง, Syn. charge

English-Thai: HOPE Dictionary [with local updates]
keeping(คี'พิง) n. ความสอดคล้อง,ความเข้ากับ,การดูแล,การผดุงไว้,การเก็บรักษา,การเฝ้า,การสงวนไว้, Syn. custody
bookkeepingn. วิชาการทำบัญชี,การทำบัญชี
housekeepingn. การดูแลบ้าน,การเรือน,เคหกรรม
peacekeepingn. การักษาสันติภาพ
safekeeping(เซฟ'คีพิง) n. การเก็บไว้ในที่ปลอดภัย,การคุ้มกัน,การคุ้มครอง,การอารักขา
shop keepingn. การดูแลร้าน

English-Thai: Nontri Dictionary
keeping(n) การเฝ้า,การดูแล,การอารักขา,การคุ้มครอง,การเก็บรักษา
bookkeeping(n) การทำบัญชี
housekeeping(n) การดูแลบ้านเรือน,การบ้านการเรือน,เคหกรรม

อังกฤษ-ไทย: ศัพท์บัญญัติราชบัณฑิตยสถาน [เชื่อมโยงจาก royin.go.th แบบอัตโนมัติและผ่านการปรับแก้]
keeping a gambling houseเจ้าสำนักการพนัน [นิติศาสตร์ ๑๑ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]
keeping houseการหลบหนี้ล้มละลาย [นิติศาสตร์ ๑๑ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]
keeping the peaceการทำทัณฑ์บนเพื่อรักษาความสงบเรียบร้อย [นิติศาสตร์ ๑๑ มี.ค. ๒๕๔๕]

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Which did indeed include keeping everything as isไหนคุณว่าต้องการเก็บทุกอย่างไว้อย่างนี้ Chuck in Real Life (2008)
Keeping your pride and getting nothing or taking a riskเก็บความภาคภูมิใจ และเหมือนไม่ได้รับอะไร หรือ จะเสี่ยง Pret-a-Poor-J (2008)
Then why are you keeping score?งั้นก็อย่าห่วงเรื่องการทำคะแนน Committed (2008)
You think I need help keeping house in line?คุณคิดว่าฉันต้องการความช่วยเหลือ\ เพื่อให้เฮาส์อยู่ในกรอบ Adverse Events (2008)
How long you plan on keeping me from going home?อีกนานเท่าไหร่ที่คุณจะให้ผมกลับบ้าน Adverse Events (2008)
Been keeping an eye on the clock like you said.พยายามบังคับตาให้มองนาฬิกา แบบที่คุณบอก Joy (2008)
Keeping an open line of communicationเก็บหนทางที่จะสื่อสารไว้ดีกว่า Last Resort (2008)
Don't you worry about keeping watch, Merlin!เจ้าอย่ากังวลกับการรอคอยนัก เมอร์ลิน The Labyrinth of Gedref (2008)
I'm tired of keeping things from my dad.ผมเหนื่อยที่ต้องคอยเก็บอะไรต่ออะไรจากพ่อ And How Does That Make You Kill? (2008)
I'm tired of keeping things from my dad.ผมเหนื่อยที่ต้องเก็บข้าวของอะไรจากพ่อ And How Does That Make You Kill? (2008)
So busy keeping the King company maybe you'll be made his concubineอยู่ข้างกายพระองค์ทุกเวลาอย่างนี้ หรือท่านจะเป็นที่รักยิ่งกว่านางสนม Portrait of a Beauty (2008)
Whatever it is, you can't be buggered. I hope you're keeping it safe.ยังไงก็ตาม คุณคงจะไม่เหนื่อยมากนะ ผมหวังว่าคุณจะเก็บมันไว้ที่ปลอดภัยแล้วกัน The Bank Job (2008)

ตัวอย่างประโยคจาก Tanaka JP-EN Corpus
keepingA-hahaha, you really are bad at keeping secrets.
keepingBefore we try to move up to the next level, I think we need to focus on keeping what we have.
keepingBy the way, how many of you are keeping a diary?
keepingDay after alone on a hill the man with the foolish grin is keeping perfectly still.
keepingGrandmother makes a practice of keeping early hours.
keepingHe avoids keeping company with those ladies.
keepingHe fell into the habit of keeping late hours.
keepingHe has a habit of keeping the door open.
keepingHe has been keeping company with Ann for three months.
keepingHe has been keeping company with Mary for three years.
keepingHe is capable of keeping a secret when he wants to.
keepingHe is in the habit of keeping early hours.

Thai-English: NECTEC's Lexitron-2 Dictionary [with local updates]
การผดุง[N] keeping, See also: maintenance, holding, reserving, retaining, upholding, Syn. การรักษา, การธำรงไว้, Example: หลักกฎหมายที่ปรับให้เข้ากับระเบียบโลกใหม่ คือ การผดุงไว้ซึ่งหลักการสิทธิเสรีภาพมนุษยชน และประชาธิปไตย
การแก้หน้า[N] saving one's face, See also: keeping one's face, Example: การแก้หน้าหรือกู้หน้าเพื่อพลิกสถานการณ์ให้ดีขึ้นนั้น ไม่ทำให้ครอบครัวของเขามีสภาพจิตที่ดีขึ้นมาเลย

Thai-English-French: Volubilis Dictionary 1.0
ฝาชี[n.] (fāchī) EN: cone-shaped cover ( for keeping food away from flies) ; cowl   FR: couvre-plat [m]
หอไตร[n.] (høtrai) EN: hall for keeping the scriptures ; temple repository for the Buddhist scriptures ; tripitaka hall   
การบัญชี[n.] (kān banchī) EN: bookkeeping ; accounting   FR: comptabilité [f]
การแก้หน้า[n. exp.] (kān kaē nā) EN: saving one's face ; keeping one's face   
การเก็บรักษาสินค้า[n.] (kān kepraksā sinkhā) EN: storing ; storage ; safekeeping ; preservation   
การเก็บสินค้า[n.] (kān kep sinkhā) EN: storing ; storage ; safekeeping ; preservation   
การลงบัญชี[n. exp.] (kān long banchī) EN: bookkeeping   
การเรือน[n.] (kān reūoen) EN: housework ; housekeeping   FR: ménage [m]
การถือธุดงค์[n. exp.] (kān theū thudong) EN: pilgrimage keeping   
คณะรักษาความสงบเรียบร้อยแห่งชาติ[org.] (Khana Raksā Khwām Rīeprøi Haengchāt) EN: National Peace Keeping Council (NPKC)   

CMU English Pronouncing Dictionary
KEEPING    K IY1 P IH0 NG

Oxford Advanced Learners Dictionary (pronunciation guide only)
keeping    (v) (k ii1 p i ng)

German-English: TU-Chemnitz DING Dictionary
Wahrung {f} einer Frist; Fristwahrung {f}keeping of a term [Add to Longdo]
zuhabendkeeping closed [Add to Longdo]
zuhaltendkeeping shut [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: EDICT Dictionary
PKF[ピーケーエフ, pi-ke-efu] (n) peacekeeping forces; PKF [Add to Longdo]
PKO[ピーケーオー, pi-ke-o-] (n) peacekeeping operations; PKO [Add to Longdo]
うんともすんとも言わない[うんともすんともいわない, untomosuntomoiwanai] (exp,adj-i) keeping silent; saying nothing at all [Add to Longdo]
ハイブツール[, haibutsu-ru] (n) hive tool (beekeeping, apiculture) [Add to Longdo]
ハウスキーピング[, hausuki-pingu] (n) housekeeping [Add to Longdo]
ハラハラ(P);はらはら[, harahara (P); harahara] (adv,vs,adv-to) (1) (on-mim) heart going pit-a-pat; falling rapidly in big drops; fluttering down; (2) keeping on tenterhooks; suspense; (3) exciting; thrilling; (P) [Add to Longdo]
ブックキーピング[, bukkuki-pingu] (n) bookkeeping [Add to Longdo]
安心立命[あんしんりつめい;あんじんりゅうめい;あんじんりゅうみょう;あんじんりつめい, anshinritsumei ; anjinryuumei ; anjinryuumyou ; anjinritsumei] (n,vs) spiritual peace and enlightenment; keeping an unperturbed mind through faith [Add to Longdo]
延命[えんめい(P);えんみょう(ok), enmei (P); enmyou (ok)] (n,vs,adj-no) keeping alive longer; prolonging life; life extension; life-support; (P) [Add to Longdo]
夏越し[なつごし, natsugoshi] (n) keeping over the summer [Add to Longdo]

Japanese-English: COMPDICT Dictionary
ハウスキーピング[はうすきーぴんぐ, hausuki-pingu] housekeeping [Add to Longdo]
保管[ほかん, hokan] safekeeping (vs), taking custody (charge) of, keeping [Add to Longdo]
保存[ほぞん, hozon] saving (vs) (e.g. to disk), storing, preserving, conserving, maintaining, keeping [Add to Longdo]

Result from Foreign Dictionaries (3 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.
                                                    --Dryden.
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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
        tenor.
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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.
                                                    --Addison.
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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.
                                                    --Milton.
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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.
                                                    --Carew.
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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.
                                                    7.
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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.
                                                    Fletcher.
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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
             work.
  
     {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.
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     {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
             credit.
         (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
            appearances.
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From The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48 [gcide]:

  Keeping \Keep"ing\, n.
     1. A holding; restraint; custody; guard; charge; care;
        preservation.
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              His happiness is in his own keeping.  --South.
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     2. Maintenance; support; provision; feed; as, the cattle have
        good keeping.
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              The work of many hands, which earns my keeping.
                                                    --Milton.
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     3. Conformity; congruity; harmony; consistency; as, these
        subjects are in keeping with each other; his levity is not
        in keeping with the seriousness of the occasion.
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     4. (Paint.) Harmony or correspondence between the different
        parts of a work of art; as, the foreground of this
        painting is not in keeping.
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     {Keeping room}, a family sitting room. [New Eng. & Prov.
        Eng.]
  
     Syn: Care; guardianship; custody; possession.
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From WordNet (r) 3.0 (2006) [wn]:

  keeping
      n 1: conformity or harmony; "his behavior was not in keeping
           with the occasion"
      2: the responsibility of a guardian or keeper; "he left his car
         in my keeping" [syn: {guardianship}, {keeping},
         {safekeeping}]
      3: the act of retaining something [syn: {retention}, {keeping},
         {holding}]

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