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Keep Out - Phrasal Verb



Keep Out - do not enter; forbidden to go inside

  • Our mother tells us to keep out of the kitchen when she is cooking.
  • I want my brother to keep out of my closest.
  • We want people to keep out of our backyard, so we put up a fence.
  • The sign said "keep out", so we went a diffident way.
  • My teacher want students from other classes to keep out of our classroom.
  • I want my dog to keep out of my stuff, when I am not home.
  • My father always tells us to keep out of his wallet.


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