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Definition of "to keep in with" []

  • (preposition)
  • To keep on good terms with. (verb-intransitive)

Gnu Collaboartive International Dictionary of English: licensed under The Code Project Open License (CPOL)

Use "to keep in with" in a sentence
  • "Franj had the finest spice concern on the coast, and the story went that he'd married an Arab girl to keep in with the native merchants – who are all Arabs, you understand."
  • "‘Not that I mind, of course, although it does do to keep in with one’s clients, and — er — friends."
  • "The Double R Society knew which side its bread was buttered; they were always very careful to keep in with the local farmers."