This page is about the phrasal verb keep out
Meaning: If you keep something out, you make sure it stays outside and doesn't come inside.Synonym: exclude
- keep sb out If people are drunk or not dressed properly, the doorman keeps them out of the club.
- keep sth out We need to do something to keep cars out of the centre of the city.
- keep out sb/sth The government is bringing in new laws to keep out foreign workers so they don't take jobs from the locals.
The sign tells people to keep their dogs out of the park, so there are
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Contributor: Matt Errey