Übersetzung von “keep” — Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch


verb uk /kiːp/ us /kip/ past tense and past participle kept

A2 to have something always, as your own

You can keep that dress if you like it.
I kept every letter he ever sent to me.
keep something in, on, etc. something

A2 to always put something in a particular place

-에 보관하다
I keep the keys in the drawer.
keep (someone/something) awake, clean, safe, etc.

A2 to make someone or something stay in a particular state

-을 유지하다
This coat should keep you warm.
He keeps his car very clean.
keep doing something

B1 to continue to do something, or to often do something

계속해서 -하다
I keep telling her not to do it.
He keeps hitting me.

B1 to delay someone or prevent someone from doing something

He’s very late – what’s keeping him?
I’m so sorry to keep you waiting.

to write something down in order to remember it

-을 적다
Remember to keep a record of how much money you spend.
Keep a list of the missing items.

If food or drink keeps, it stays fresh.

신선한 상태를 유지하다
The fish will keep for only two days.

to have and take care of animals

-을 기르다
Our neighbours keep chickens.
noun [ no plural ] uk /kiːp/ us /kip/

the money needed to pay for someone to eat and live in a place

He earns / his keep working in a garage.

(Übersetzung von “keep” aus dem Cambridge Englisch–Koreanisch Wörterbuch © Cambridge University Press)