have to keepI have to keep it in those margins.
keep upWhen they met at parties Nigel continued to keep up a surface friendship.
get to keep
try to keepI try to keep it the same time.
keep an eyeAt least this way they could keep an eye on the supply source.
keep awayHe would not be able to keep away.
difficult to keepWithout structure it is difficult to keep effort aimed in the right direction.
want to keep‘I want to keep an air of mystery’
keep quietLock him up tight until the end of the war like Hess, only they'll keep quiet about it.
must keep‘We must keep some for him.’
keep out‘He's a winner and there is aggression in his game, but he's now a more mature player who tries to keep out of trouble.’
able to keepHe would not be able to keep away.
should keepIf Simon wants to keep the Human League, he said, then he should keep them.