Keep sth in

PhrV
1. रोककर\Keep sth inरखना
He could keep in his anger.

English-Hindi dictionary. 2013.

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  • keep sth up — UK US keep sth up Phrasal Verb with keep({{}}/kiːp/ verb (kept, kept) ► to not allow something that is at a high level to fall to a lower level: »We need to keep up the enthusiasm that we generated with the first advertising campaign. ► to… …   Financial and business terms

  • ˌkeep sth ˈup — phrasal verb to continue to do something Keep up the good work.[/ex] The trade unions continued to keep up pressure for higher wages.[/ex] …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

  • keep sth to yourself — ► to not tell other people about something: »My boss asked me to keep the information to myself until she could announce it formally. Main Entry: ↑keep …   Financial and business terms

  • keep sth under wraps — keep sth/be under wraps ► INFORMAL to keep something secret or to be secret: »The firm kept its troubles under wraps. Main Entry: ↑wrap …   Financial and business terms

  • keep sth/be under wraps — ► INFORMAL to keep something secret or to be secret: »The firm kept its troubles under wraps. Main Entry: ↑wrap …   Financial and business terms

  • keep sth under control — ► to check something, and make sure that it stays within a certain limit: »You must ensure that production costs are kept under control. Main Entry: ↑keep …   Financial and business terms

  • keep sth back — UK US keep sth back Phrasal Verb with keep({{}}/kiːp/ verb (kept, kept) ► to not use the whole amount of something: »We ll need to keep back some of the budget for travel later in the year …   Financial and business terms

  • keep sth down — UK US keep sth down Phrasal Verb with keep({{}}/kiːp/ verb (kept, kept) ► to control the size or number of something and prevent it from increasing: »To have any chance against the competition, we need to keep our prices down …   Financial and business terms

  • keep sth from sb — UK US keep sth from sb Phrasal Verb with keep({{}}/kiːp/ verb (kept, kept) ► to not tell someone something: »It is important not to keep information of this kind from your senior staff …   Financial and business terms

  • keep sth in check — hold/keep sth in check ► to put a limit on something so that it does not increase or become worse: »We must find ways of keeping our expenditure in check. Main Entry: ↑check …   Financial and business terms

  • keep sth in order — keep/put sth in order ► to make sure that something is done in a controlled way, or to take action in order to control something : »Huge budget cuts are inevitable in order to put public finances back in order. Main Entry: ↑order …   Financial and business terms

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