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- (transitive, intransitive, idiomatic, dated, euphemistic) To court one another.
- It was rumoured that the lady and the gentleman were keeping company.
- He was keeping company with her.
- (intransitive, idiomatic) To socialise.
- If you care about your reputation you ought to be careful whom you keep company with.
court — see court
socialise — see socialise