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keeping
'kiːpɪŋ
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of retaining something.
  2. The responsibility of a guardian or keeper.
  3. Conformity or harmony.
Hyphenationkeep•ing
Part of Speech(名) noun
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一致yīzhìunanimous; identical (views or opinions)
保管bǎoguǎnto assure; to guarantee; to take care of; to safeguard; certainly; surely
饲养sìyǎngto raise; to rear
保有bǎoyǒuto keep; to retain
留存liúcúnto keep; to preserve; extant; to remain (from the past)
豢养huànyǎngto keep (an animal); to look after the needs of (a person or an animal); (fig.) to keep (a spy, lackey etc) in one's pay
保持住bǎochí zhùkeep; maintain
拿着názhekeep
维持wéichíto keep; to maintain; to preserve
hánto keep; to contain; to suck (keep in your mouth without chewing)
保持bǎochíto keep; to maintain; to hold; to preserve
包养bāoyǎngto provide for; to keep (a mistress)
喂养wèiyǎngto feed (a child, domestic animal etc); to keep; to raise (an animal)
信守xìnshǒuto abide by; to keep (promises etc)
养活yǎnghuoto provide for; to keep (animals, a family etc); to raise animals; to feed and clothe; support; the necessities of life; to give birth
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