keep out of

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Definition of keep out of 

1 : to not enter (a place) We were told to keep out of his office. Please keep out of the way.

2 : to stop or prevent (someone or something) from entering (a place) Keep the cat out of the bedroom.

3 : to not become involved in (something) This argument doesn't involve you, so you should just keep out of it.

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