keep out of

This page is about the phrasal verb keep out of.

Meaning: If you keep out of something, you don't get involved in it.

For example:

  • keep out of I've learned to keep out of other people's conflicts and disagreements.

  • keep out of Two of my kids were fighting when my eldest son tried to stop them. They told him to keep out of it and mind his own business.

Quick Quiz:

The president understands that he has to keep out of legal cases and criminal trials and that he must

a. refuse to comment

b. get involved

c. try to help

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