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KEEP AWAY
(separable) to not allow to come near

Max was so popular with the girls that he couldn't keep them away.

KEEP DOWN
(separable) to control; subdue; repress

You can have a party, but please keep the noise down as much as possible.

KEEP OFF
(inseparable) to not consume

Scott is having a difficult time keeping off drugs.

KEEP OFF
(inseparable) to not walk on

Please keep off the grass.

KEEP ON
(intransitive) to continue

No matter how many times you fail, you must keep on trying.

KEEP UP
(separable) to maintain in good condition; to persist; persevere in

Excellent work! Keep it up.

KEEP UP
(separable) to prevent from going to sleep

The neighbor's barking dog kept me up all night.

KEEP UP
(intransitive) to stay informed

Max reads the newspaper in order to keep up with current events.

KEEP UP
(intransitive) maintain a required pace or level in competition (often in lifestyle)

Max spent all of his money and time trying to keep up with his neighbors.

KICK OUT
(separable) to force to leave

The bouncers kicked Max out of the bar for starting a fight.

KNEEL DOWN
(intransitive) to go down on your knees

Before he goes to bed, Max kneels down to pray.

KNOCK OUT
(intransitive) to make someone unconscious

That last drink I had really knocked me out.

Category: Phrasal Verbs | Added by: Teacher_Koce (2014-01-14)
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