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British English: keep up /kiːp ʌp/ VERB
If someone or something keeps up with another person or thing, the first one moves or progresses as fast as the second.
She shook her head and started to walk on. He kept up with her.
- American English: keep up
- Arabic: يُجَارِي
- Brazilian Portuguese: manter
- Chinese: 跟上
- Croatian: držati korak
- Czech: držet krok
- Danish: holde trit med
- Dutch: bijhouden
- European Spanish: mantener el ritmo durar
- Finnish: pysyä mukana
- French: suivre
- German: aufrechterhalten
- Greek: συμβαδίζω
- Italian: tenere il passo
- Japanese: 維持する
- Korean: 처지지 않고 따라가다
- Norwegian: holde ved like
- Polish: podtrzymać
- European Portuguese: acompanhar
- Romanian: a ține pasul
- Russian: быть наравне
- Spanish: aguantar el paso
- Swedish: hålla jämna steg
- Thai: ตามให้ทัน
- Turkish: devam ettirmek
- Ukrainian: підтримувати
- Vietnamese: theo kịp
Definition of keep up from the Collins English Dictionary
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