Collocations beginning with K. Select a collocation for more details.
to own and write in a diary
to do what you promised to do
to not tell anyone a secret
to meet somebody at the time you agreed to
to have or find many things to do
to stay in good physical condition by exercising
to continue in the same direction
to continue driving, riding, running, walking, etc.
to continue doing whatever you're doing
to have regular contact with somebody by phone, mail, email, etc.
to make very little noise
to store detailed information, e.g. in business, legal cases, health care, education, etc.
to prevent loss or damage
to stop somebody or something from making too much noise
to keep a record of the score in a game or a match
to not return the change after someone has paid for something
to remain steady on your feet and not stumble or fall
the most, or one of the most, important issues
the most, or one of the most, important roles
the main speech or lecture at a conference, seminar, meeting, etc.
the main speaker at a conference, seminar, meeting, etc.
to score a goal by kicking a ball
to do something to fill in spare time
to know what the best thing to do is
to be sensible enough to know that it's better not to do something
to know the truth or the facts about something