|keep you in mind
||remember you or your request, think of you
||If we have any job openings in sales, I'll keep you in mind.
|keep you on track
||tell you what to do, remind you of the topic
||The instructor will help to keep us on track. She'll remind us.
|keep you posted
||send or phone the news to you, inform you
||I'll be in Korea for six months, but I'll keep you posted.
|keep your cool
||stay calm, not become excited
||Can you keep your cool during an emergency, or do you panic?
|keep your distance
||do not come too close, respect a person's space
||Keep your distance or she'll accuse you of harassment.
|keep your ear to the ground
||listen for news, listen for gossip
||Keep your ear to the ground. You'll hear about drug dealers.
|keep your eyes peeled
||look or watch carefully, watch for
||Keep your eyes peeled for birds. Watch for animals, too.
|keep your fingers crossed
||hope that plans will be successful, hope our dreams will come true
||"I hope I get a pet dog for my birthday."
"Keep your fingers crossed, my dear."
|keep your hair on
||don't rush, be calm, keep your shirt on
||"Hurry, Adriana! We're late!" "Keep your hair on. I'm coming!"
|keep your head
||think clearly, do not lose your head
||Try to keep your head during a crisis. Try to think clearly.