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Pronunciation of Keep In: Learn how to pronounce Keep In in English correctly

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Oxford dictionary definition of the word keep:

verb (past and past participle kept /kɛpt/)
[with object]
1have or retain possession of:
my father would keep the best for himself
she had trouble keeping her balance
retain or reserve for future use:
return one copy to me, keeping the other for your files
put or store in a regular place:
the stand where her umbrella was kept
2continue or cause to continue in a specified condition, position, course, etc.:
[no object, with complement]:
I kept quiet while Emily talked on
keep left along the wall
[with object and complement]:
she might be kept alive artificially by machinery
[no object, with present participle] continue doing or do repeatedly:
he keeps going on about the murder
[no object] (of a perishable commodity) remain in good condition:
hominy will keep almost indefinitely without spoilage
[with object] retain one’s place in or on (a seat or saddle, the ground, etc.) in spite of difficulty:
can you keep your saddle, or shall I carry you on a pillion?
[no object, with adverbial] chiefly British be in a specified state of health:
he had not been keeping well
[with object] cause to be late; delay:
I won’t keep you, I know you’ve got a busy evening
[with object and present participle] make (someone) do something for a period of time:
I have kept her waiting too long
archaic continue to follow (a path or course):
the soldiers removed, keeping their course towards Jericho
3provide for the sustenance of (someone):
he had to keep his large family in the manner he had chosen
provide (someone) with a regular supply of a commodity:
the money should keep him in cigarettes for a week
own and look after (an animal) for pleasure or profit:
they raised pigs and kept a pony or two
own and manage (a shop or business):
the big fellow keeps a fish shop near the post office
guard; protect:
his only thought is to keep the boy from harm
support (someone, especially a woman) financially in return for sexual favours:
he was keeping a woman on the side
4honour or fulfil (a commitment or undertaking):
I’ll keep my promise, naturally
observe (a religious occasion) in the prescribed manner:
today’s consumers do not keep the Sabbath
pay due regard to (a law or custom):
if you kept small rules, you could break the big ones
5make written entries in (a diary) on a regular basis:
the master kept a weekly journal
write down as (a record):
keep a note of each item
noun
1 [mass noun] food, clothes, and other essentials for living:
the Society are paying for your keep
the cost of the essentials for living.
2 [mass noun] archaic charge; control:
if from shepherd’s keep a lamb strayed far
3the strongest or central tower of a castle, acting as a final refuge.