keep

Definition

verb
  1. to do what is necessary for something
    Usage
    to keep an appointment
    to be there when you said you would be
  2. to hold items for sale or for information
    Usage
    to keep someone's name on file
    to have someone's name on a list for reference
  3. to hold things at some level
    Examplesto keep spending to a minimum • We must keep our mailing list up to date. • The price of oil has kept the pound at a high level. • Lack of demand for the product has kept prices down.
    (Notekeeping - kept)

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