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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
keeping /'ki:piɳ/
  • danh từ
    • sự giữ, sự giữ gìn, sự bảo quản
    • sự coi giữ, sự trông nom, sự bảo vệ
      • to be in safe keeping: được trông nom cẩn thận, được bảo vệ chắc chắn
    • (pháp lý) sự giữ, sự tuân theo
    • (tài chính) sự giữ sổ sách
    • (thương nghiệp) sự quản lý (một cửa hiệu)
    • sự tổ chức (lễ kỷ niệm)
    • sự hoà hợp, sự phù hợp, sự thích ứng, sự ăn ý, sự ăn khớp
      • to be in keeping with something: hoà hợp với cái gì
      • to be out of keeping with something: không hợp với cái gì, không thích ứng với cái gì
  • tính từ
    • giữ được, để được, để dành được
      • keeping applé: táo để được
Concise Dictionary
kept|keeps|keepingkɪːp
noun
+the financial means whereby one lives
+the main tower within the walls of a medieval castle or fortress
+a cell in a jail or prison
verb
+keep in a certain state, position, or activity; e.g., "keep clean"
+continue a certain state, condition, or activity
+retain possession of
+prevent from doing something or being in a certain state
+conform one's action or practice to
+observe correctly or closely
+look after; be the keeper of; have charge of
+maintain by writing regular records
+supply with room and board
+allow to remain in a place or position
+supply with necessities and support
+fail to spoil or rot
+celebrate, as of holidays or rites
+keep under control; keep in check
+maintain in safety from injury, harm, or danger
+raise
+retain rights to
+store or keep customarily
+have as a supply
+maintain for use and service
+hold and prevent from leaving
+prevent (food) from rotting

Thesaurus Dictionary
v.
1 retain, hold, hang on to, preserve, conserve, have, save, maintain, control:
The difficulty is not in making money but in keeping it.
2 hold, have, take care or charge of, mind, tend, care for, look after, guard, keep an eye on, watch over, protect, safeguard; maintain, feed, nourish, victual, board, nurture, provide for, provision:
Would you keep this parcel for me until I return? They keep chickens and ducks
3 accumulate, save (up), amass, hoard (up), husband, retain, preserve, put or stow away:
My brother has kept all the toys he ever had.
4 maintain, store, preserve:
I keep woollen things in a cedar chest.
5 Often, keep on or at. continue, carry on, persist (in), persevere (in); prolong, sustain:
How did you keep going after Elsa's death? She kept at it all night long. Keep on working till I tell you to stop
6 keep to, abide by, follow, obey, mind, adhere to, attend to, pay attention to, heed, regard, observe, respect, acknowledge, defer to, accede (to), agree (to):
Only a stickler would keep the letter of such a law.
7 stay, remain:
Keep off the grass. Keep to the left.
8 support, finance, provide for, subsidize, maintain:
He kept a mistress in Chelsea.
9 confine, detain; imprison, incarcerate, jail or Brit also gaol:
The police have kept him overnight.
10 celebrate, observe, solemnize, memorialize, commemorate:
We always kept Easter at my mother's house in the country.
11 last, be preserved, survive, stand up, stay fresh:
Eggs keep longer in the refrigerator.
12 harbour, maintain, safeguard, keep dark:
Can you keep a secret?
13 keep from. prevent, keep or hold back, restrain, (hold in) check, restrict, prohibit, forbid, inhibit, disallow, block, obstruct, deny, curb, deter, discourage:
How can I keep my plants from dying while I'm away?
14 keep in.
(a) keep or hold back, repress, suppress, stifle, smother, muzzle, bottle up, withhold, conceal, hide, shroud, mask, camouflage:
She keeps in her true feelings. He could hardly keep in the tears.
(b) confine, shut in or up, coop up, detain; fence in:
Keith thought the teacher kept him in after school because she liked him.
n.
15 upkeep, maintenance, support, room and board, subsistence, food, sustenance, living:
He works hard to earn his keep.
16 donjon, tower, dungeon:
He was imprisoned in the keep of the castle for twenty years.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
Idioms: in sb's keeping being taken care of by sb: (figurative) Her secrets were safe in his keeping.
See also - SAFE KEEPING
in keeping (with sth) appropriate or expected in a particular situation; in agreement with sth: The latest results are in keeping with our earlier findings.
out of keeping (with sth) not appropriate or expected in a particular situation; not in agreement with sth: The painting is out of keeping with the rest of the room.


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