keep off (something)
to stay off someone's land or other property
The students were asked to keep off the grass which was being replanted.
keep on (doing something)
keep on an even keel
keep on one's toes
keep one's distance from (someone or something)
keep one's eyes open
keep one's feet on the ground
keep one's hand in (something)
keep one's hands off (someone or something)
keep one's nose out of (someone's) business
keep one's opinions to oneself
between the devil and the deep blue sea
pay attention to (someone or something)
last will and testament
live beyond one's means
in the first place
spread like wildfire
powers that be
let the cat out of the bag
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