turn over and fall; "the man had a heart attack and keeled over"
prevent from coming close; "I tried to keep the child away from the pool"
manage not to throw up
cause to stay indoors
keep off, avoid
refrain from certain foods or beverages; "I keep off drugs"; "During Ramadan, Muslims avoid tobacco during the day"
keep off, stay off
refrain from entering or walking onto; "keep off the grass"; "stay off the premises"
maintain a required pace or level; "He could not keep up and dropped out of the race"
prevent from going to bed at night; "The anticipation of the trip kept the children up all night"; "I kept myself up all night studying for the exam"
keep up, keep abreast, follow
keep informed; "He kept up on his country's foreign policies"
keep, hold on
retain possession of; "Can I keep my old stuffed animals?"; "She kept her maiden name after she married"
treat badly; abuse; "They won't have me to kick around any more!"
kick around, knock about, kick about
be around; be alive or active; "Does the old man still kick around?"
pay a kickback; make an illegal payment
kick back, recoil, kick
spring back, as from a forceful thrust; "The gun kicked back into my shoulder"
kick in, kick down
open violently; "kick in the doors"
cause to rise by kicking; "kick up dust"
raising the feet backward with the hands on the ground; a first movement in doing a handstand
kick, give up
stop consuming; "kick a habit"; "give up alcohol"
kill, obliterate, wipe out
mark for deletion, rub off, or erase; "kill these lines in the President's speech"
knock cold, knock out, kayo
knock unconscious or senseless; "the boxing champion knocked out his opponent in a few seconds"
destroy or break forcefully; "The windows were knocked out"
eliminate; "knock out a target"
empty (as of tobacco) by knocking out; "knocked out a pipe"
overwhelm with admiration; "All the guys were knocked out by her charm"
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