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Перевод:

Verb: держаться держать сохранять сохраняться
Noun: содержание прокорм главная башня пища

Фразы:

to keep furnace in blast - держать печь под дутьем

to keep body and soul together - кое-как сводить концы с концами (идиома, to have just enough money to buy food and other necessary things)

to keep on / at the boil - кипятить

to keep the bones green - сохранять хорошее здоровье

to keep calendar - вести список дел к слушанию

to keep (a dog) on a chain - держать (собаку) на цепи

to keep the change - оставить сдачу

to keep a chapel - посетить службу

to keep to a diet - соблюдать дтету

to keep in with smb. - оставаться в хороших отношениях с кем-л.

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Примеры:

Keep moving! - Проходите! Не задерживайтесь!

Keep me informed. - Держите меня в курсе.

I won't keep you long. - Я вас долго не задержу.

May God keep you - Пусть Бог хранит вас

Keep him out of trouble. - Держи его подальше от неприятностей.

Keep knives away from children. - Прячьте ножи от детей.

I keep thinking about Joe, all alone in that place. - Я всё думаю о Джо, — он ведь там совсем один.

He kept me waiting. - Он заставил меня ждать.

Keep to the right! - Держитесь правой стороны!

Where do you keep? - Где вы обретаетесь? / Где вы проживаете? (разг.)

I asked them to keep quiet. - Я попросил их не шуметь.

Where do you keep your tea bags? - Где у вас чай в пакетиках?

Keep your room tidy. - Поддерживайте в комнате порядок.

The weather keeps fine. - Стоит хорошая погода.

You are keeping something from me. - Вы что-то от меня скрываете.

What kept you from doing it? - Почему вы этого не сделали?

How do I know you'll keep your word? - Откуда мне знать, что вы сдержите своё слово?

You may keep the book for a month. - Можете держать эту книгу месяц.

The matter will keep till tomorrow. - С этим можно подождать до завтра.

Will you keep a seat for me? - Вы не подержите мне место?

He kept laughing the whole evening. - Он весь вечер не переставал смеяться.

If I were you, I'd keep away from that area at night. - На твоём месте, я бы не совался ночью в тот район.

I kept his letters for years. - Я хранил его письма в течение многих лет.

I was struggling to keep awake. - Я изо всех сил старался не заснуть.

Meat will keep in the cellar. - В погребе мясо не испортится.

Do they keep postcards here? - Здесь имеются в продаже открытки?

He kept his anxiety from showing. - Он старался не выдать своего волнения.

If there's shooting going on, keep down. - Если стрельба будет продолжаться, не вставай.

Jane kept the engine running. - Джейн не стала глушить мотор.

He paid for his keep by doing odd jobs. - Он перебивался случайными заработками.

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Фразовые глаголы:

If you keep back part of something, you do not use or give away all of it, so that you still have some to use at a later time.

If you keep the number, size, or amount of something down, you do not let it get bigger or go higher.

If you keep in with someone, you stay friendly with them, often in order to gain some advantage for yourself because they have power or influence.

If you keep someone on, you continue to employ them, for example after they are old enough to retire or after other employees have lost their jobs.

If you say that someone keeps on about something, you mean that they keep talking about it in a boring way.

If you keep on at someone, you repeatedly ask or tell them something in a way that annoys them.

If you keep to a rule, plan, or agreement, you do exactly what you are expected or supposed to do.

If you keep up with someone or something that is moving near you, you move at the same speed.

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Связанные термины:

keep at: to persevere with or persist in

keep in: to stay indoors

keep on: If you keep someone on, you continue to employ them, for example after they are old enough to retire or after other employees have lost their jobs .

keep to: If you keep to a rule, plan, or agreement, you do exactly what you are expected or supposed to do.

keep up: If you keep up with someone or something that is moving near you, you move at the same speed .

keep away: to refrain or prevent from coming (near)

keep back: If you keep back part of something, you do not use or give away all of it, so that you still have some to use at a later time.

keep dark: to keep secret or hidden

keep down: If you keep the number, size, or amount of something down, you do not let it get bigger or go higher .

keep fit: Keep-fit is the activity of keeping your body in good condition by doing special exercises.

keep from: to prevent or restrain (oneself or another); refrain or cause to refrain

keep nit: to keep watch, esp during illegal activity

keep off: to stay or cause to stay at a distance (from)

keep out: to remain or cause to remain outside

keep pace: If you keep pace with someone who is walking or running, you succeed in going as fast as them, so that you remain close to them.

keep step: to remain walking, marching, dancing, etc, in unison or in a specified rhythm

keep time: to observe correctly the accent or rhythmic pulse of a piece of music in relation to tempo

keep books: to keep a record of business transactions

keep count: to keep a record of items, events, etc

keep going: If you keep going, you continue doing things or doing a particular thing.

keep house: to take care of the affairs of a home ; run a house

keep kosher: to observe the Jewish dietary laws

keep order: to maintain or enforce order

keep score: If you keep score of the number of things that are happening in a certain situation, you count them and record them.

keep stroke: to make strokes in rhythm

keep under: to remain or cause to remain below (a surface)

keep vigil: If someone keeps a vigil or keeps vigil somewhere, they remain there quietly for a period of time, especially at night, for example because they are praying or are making a political protest .

keep watch: If someone keeps watch, they look and listen all the time, while other people are asleep or doing something else, so that they can warn them of danger or an attack .

keep wicket: to play as wicketkeeper in the game of cricket

keep company: If you keep company with a person or with a particular kind of person, you spend a lot of time with them.

keep it up: to continue a good performance

keep on at: If you keep on at someone, you repeatedly ask or tell them something in a way that annoys them.

keep in with: If you keep in with someone, you stay friendly with them, often in order to gain some advantage for yourself because they have power or influence.

keep out of: to remain or cause to remain unexposed to

keep tabs on: to keep a watchful eye on

keep up with: to remain in contact with, esp by letter

to keep pace: If something keeps pace with something else that is changing, it changes quickly in response to it.

to keep time: If you keep time when playing or singing music, you follow or play the beat, without going too fast or too slowly.

keep a lookout: If someone keeps a lookout, especially on a boat, they look around all the time in order to make sure there is no danger .

keep-fit class: an exercise class designed to promote physical fitness

keep on about: If you say that someone keeps on about something, you mean that they keep talking about it in a boring way.

keep pace with: to proceed at the same speed as

keep sb amused: If you keep someone amused, you find things to do which stop them getting bored .

keep someone posted: If you keep someone posted, you keep giving them the latest information about a situation that they are interested in.

keep someone sweet: If you keep someone sweet, you do something to please them in order to prevent them from becoming annoyed or dissatisfied .

keep the books: to keep written records of the finances of a business or other enterprise

keep the field: to continue activity, as in games or military operations

keep the peace: to maintain or refrain from disturbing law and order

keep track of: to follow the passage, course, or progress of

keep your cool to lose your cool: If you keep your cool in a difficult situation, you manage to remain calm . If you lose your cool, you get angry or upset .

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Однокоренные слова:

keep away - остерегаться, держаться в отдалении, держать в отдалении
keep back - недоговаривать, скрывать, удерживать, держаться в стороне, задерживать
keep down - подавлять, держать в подчинении, продолжать сидеть или лежать, не вставать
keep in - поддерживать, сдерживать, не выпускать, заставлять сидеть дома
keep off - держаться в отдалении, держать в отдалении, не подпускать
keep on - продолжать, оставлять, не снимать, бранить, сохранять в прежнем положении
keep out - не вмешиваться, не впускать, не допускать, оставаться в стороне, не позволять
keep under - не давать распространяться, держать в подчинении, препятствовать, искоренять
keep up - поддерживать, продолжать, поспевать, соблюдать, быть в курсе, придерживаться

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