keep\ out


keep\ out
1. I
keep out! не входить! (надпись)
2. III
keep out smb., smth. /smb., smth. out/ keep children (cats, dogs, etc.) out не впускать детей и т. д.; they used nets to keep the gnats out они использовали сетки от комаров; get the gangsters out of town and keep them out выдворите бандитов из города и не допускайте, чтобы они проникли обратно, keep out the draught не устраивать сквозняков; this awning is used to keep the rain out этот навес используется для того, чтобы сюда не попадал дождь; keep the cold out а) утеплять помещение; б) не выстуживать помещение

English-Russian dictionary of verb phrases. 2013.

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  • keep out (of) — {v. phr.} 1. To stay out; remain out of. * /The sign on the fence said, Danger! Keep out! / 2. To stave off; not allow in. * /The border patrol near El Paso, Texas, is trying to keep illegal immigrants out of the United States./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • keep out (of) — {v. phr.} 1. To stay out; remain out of. * /The sign on the fence said, Danger! Keep out! / 2. To stave off; not allow in. * /The border patrol near El Paso, Texas, is trying to keep illegal immigrants out of the United States./ …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Keep — Keep, v. i. 1. To remain in any position or state; to continue; to abide; to stay; as, to keep at a distance; to keep aloft; to keep near; to keep in the house; to keep before or behind; to keep in favor; to keep out of company, or out reach.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • keep one's nose clean — {v. phr.}, {slang} To stay out of trouble; do only what you should do. * /The boss said Jim could have the job as long as he kept his nose clean and worked hard./ * /The policeman warned the boys to keep their noses clean unless they wanted to go …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • keep one's nose clean — {v. phr.}, {slang} To stay out of trouble; do only what you should do. * /The boss said Jim could have the job as long as he kept his nose clean and worked hard./ * /The policeman warned the boys to keep their noses clean unless they wanted to go …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of sight — {adv. phr.} 1. Not within one s field of vision. * /The sailboat disappeared out of sight over the horizon./ 2. Extremely expensive. * /The builder s estimate was so high that it was out of sight./ 3. Unbelievable; fantastic; incredible (both in… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out of sight — {adv. phr.} 1. Not within one s field of vision. * /The sailboat disappeared out of sight over the horizon./ 2. Extremely expensive. * /The builder s estimate was so high that it was out of sight./ 3. Unbelievable; fantastic; incredible (both in… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • keep — I. verb (kept; keeping) Etymology: Middle English kepen, from Old English cēpan; perhaps akin to Old High German chapfēn to look Date: before 12th century transitive verb 1. to take notice of by appropriate conduct ; fulfill: as a. to be faithful …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Keep the Aspidistra Flying —   …   Wikipedia

  • out in the cold — {adj. phr.}, {informal} Alone; not included. * /All the other children were chosen for parts in the play, but Johnny was left out in the cold./ * /Everybody made plans for Christmas Day and Mary found herself out in the cold./ Compare: HIGH AND… …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • out in the cold — {adj. phr.}, {informal} Alone; not included. * /All the other children were chosen for parts in the play, but Johnny was left out in the cold./ * /Everybody made plans for Christmas Day and Mary found herself out in the cold./ Compare: HIGH AND… …   Dictionary of American idioms

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