keep in

phrasal verb
kept in; keeping in; keeps in

Definition of keep in

1 : to not show or express (something, such as an emotion) You shouldn't keep your anger in all the time.
2 : to continue to provide (someone) with (something needed or wanted) It's very expensive keeping my children in clothes that fit.

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