keep out of

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Combining keep + out + of

Verb[edit]

keep out of

  1. To stay away from (a place or condition).
    I am keeping out of trouble.
  2. To restrain someone or something from entering (a place or condition).
    He kept me out of the house while he was redecorating.