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Translation of "keep" - English-Turkish dictionary

keep

verb     /kiːp/ ( past tense and past participle kept)
HAVE [T]
A2 to have something permanently or for the whole of a period of time tutmak You can keep that dress if you like it. He borrowed my bike and kept it all week.Keeping and storing things
keep sth in/on, etc
A2 to regularly store something in a particular place saklamak, bulundurmak I think he keeps his keys in the desk drawer. We'll keep your application on file.Keeping and storing things
keep doing sth
B1 to continue to do something, or to do something repeatedly ısrarla yapmaya devam etmek, sürdürmek I keep telling her not to leave her clothes on the floor. He keeps hitting me.Repeating an actionContinue and last
keep (sb/sth) awake/clean/safe, etc
A2 to remain in a particular state or make someone or something remain in a particular state aynı durumda/konumda/şartta kalmak/kalmasını sağlamak He goes jogging twice a week to keep fit. He keeps his car spotlessly clean.Keeping and staying the sameNot able to be changedNot able to be changedKeeping and staying the same
keep sb/sth in/inside, etc
to make someone or something stay in the same place içerde tutmak, alıkoymak They will keep her at home for a few more days.Preventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
MAKE DO STH [T]
B1 to make someone do something that stops them doing something else meşgul etmek, oyalamak, alıkoymak [+ doing sth] She kept me talking for ages. Sorry to keep you waiting. Don't let me keep you from your work.Preventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
keep a secret
B1 to not tell anyone a secret sır tutmak Secrecy and privacy
keep a promise/your word, etc
B2 to do what you have promised to do sözünü tutmak, vaadini yerine getirmek Making and breaking promises and commitments
keep an appointment
to meet someone when you have arranged to meet them randevuya gitmek/gelmek Meeting peopleOfficial meetings
MAKE LATE [T]
to make someone arrive later than they planned geciktirmek, alıkoymak, engel olmak I was expecting you at six - what kept you?Delaying and wasting timePreventing and impedingLimiting and restricting
WRITE [T]
B2 to write down something in order to remember it not almak, bir köşeye yazmak to keep records/notesWriting and typing
FOOD [I]
B2 If food or drink keeps, it remains fresh. taze kalmak, bozulmamak Decaying and staying freshPreserving and storing food
PROVIDE MONEY [T]
to provide enough money for someone to live bakmak, geçimini sağlamak, aileyi geçindirmek I can't keep a family on that salary.Giving, providing and supplying
ANIMALS [T]
B2 to have and look after animals hayvan beslemek Our neighbours keep pigs.Having and owning - general words
keep sb going
to provide what someone needs for a short period of time (açlık, susuzluk vs.) gidermek, bastırmak, tutmak, geçici bir süre yetmek Dinner is at eight, but I had an apple to keep me going. →  See also keep your cool , keep a straight face , keep your fingers crossed , put/keep sb in the picture , keep a low profile , keep a tight rein on sb/sth , keep tabs on sb/sth , keep sb on their toes Giving, providing and supplying
(Definition of keep verb from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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