|keep them straight
||know the difference, be able to identify them
||Mo, you have so many relatives. How do you keep them straight?
|keep to yourself
||be alone, not associate with people
||When I'm feeling sad, I keep to myself. I like to be alone.
||Keep track of the time you work at the computer. Keep a record.
|keep under wraps
||keep something hidden, not show or talk about
||Details of the program were kept under wraps until the election.
||go as fast as the others, keep pace
||In typing class, I can't keep up. I can't type as fast as the others.
|keep up the good work
||continue to do good work, 'at a boy
||I like to hear my supervisor say, "Keep up the good work."
|keep up with the Joneses
||buy what the neighbors buy, keep pace
||I can't afford to keep up with the Joneses. I'm not rich!
|keep up with the times
||be aware of new methods and trends, stay abreast
||Reading newspapers will help you keep up with the times.
|keep you going
||provide money or food or energy, get by
||If you can't stop for lunch, drink some juice to keep you going.
|keep you honest
||keep you from lying, cause you to be truthful
||Your child's questions will keep you honest. You can't lie to kids.