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|present participle||keeping to|
|past tense||kept to|
|past participle||kept to|
You should keep your intake of alcohol to two drinks per day.
Try to keep to a regular schedule when you travel overseas.
You must keep to the path.
They kept to the side of the field.
I wish he’d just keep to the subject.
This is the American English definition of keep to. View British English definition of keep to.
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