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Definition of "well kept" - British English Dictionary

well keptadjective

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well kept adjective (TIDY)

clean, tidy, and cared for: [before noun] He was astonished to find nice streets and well-kept houses.

well kept adjective (HIDDEN)

[mainly before noun] A well-kept secret has not been told or shown to anyone: The details of the new car were a well-kept secret.
(Definition of well kept from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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