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keep (someone) company
to sit and stay with someone (especially someone who is lonely or sick)
I stayed home last night so that I could keep my mother company.
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  • keep (someone) from (doing something)
  • keep (someone) in line
  • keep (someone) in stitches
  • keep (someone) on or keep on (someone)
  • keep (someone) on tenterhooks
  • keep (someone) posted
  • keep (someone) up or keep up (someone)
  • keep (something) down or keep down (something)
  • keep (something) to oneself
  • keep (something) under one`s hat
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  • on one's person
  • knock (some) heads together
  • over (someone`s) head
  • outside of (something)
  • take a toll on (someone or something)
  • pound the pavement
  • go through the roof
  • play a joke/trick on (someone)
  • bring about (something) or bring (something) about
  • pass away

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