verb (mainly adverb)
(intr; also preposition) to stay indoors
(tr) to restrain (an emotion); repress
(tr) to detain (a schoolchild) after hours as a punishment
(of a fire) to stay alight or to cause (a fire) to stay alight
(tr, prep) to allow a constant supply ofher prize money kept her in new clothes for a year
keep in with to maintain good relations with
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