keep\ in

keep\ in
1. II
keep in for some time the fire (the stove, the lamp, etc.) will keep in all night огонь /костер/ и т. д. будет гореть всю ночь
2. III
1) keep in smb. /smb. in/ keep pupils (the whole class, culprits, etc.) in оставлять учеников и т. д. в наказание после занятий
2) keep in smth. /smth. in/ keep one's anger (one's feelings, annoyance, etc.) in сдерживать гнев и т. д., не дать прорваться гневу и т. д.; he couldn't keep his indignation in он не смог сдержать своего возмущения
3) keep in smth. /smth. in/ keep the fire (the stove, the lamp, etc.) in поддерживать огонь и т. д., не давать огню и т. д. погаснуть; whose job is it to keep the fires in? кто должен следить за тем, чтобы не погасли костры или чтобы огонь горел?; please, keep the fire in смотри, поддерживай огонь
3. XI
be kept in the boy (the class, etc.) was kept in [after schools мальчика и т. д. оставили после уроков; be kept in by smth. we were kept in by the rain из-за дождя мы не могли выйти на улицу
4. XVI
keep in with smb. keep in with one's superiors (with one's customers, with one's landlady, etc.) ладить /поддерживать хорошие отношения/ с начальством и т. д.; she keeps in with all the right people она поддерживает хорошие отношения со всеми нужными людьми
5. XXI1
keep in smb. /smb. in/ for smth. keep the class (the boy, etc.) in for bad conduct наказать класс и т. д. за плохое поведение и оставить после занятий
6. XXV
keep in while... (if..., etc.) the stove (the fire, etc.) kept in while we were away пока нас не было, печь и т. д. не погасла: the lamp will keep in if you put enough oil in it лампа будет гореть, если вы нальете в нее достаточно керосина

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