In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(not enter)to keep out (of sth)
- [ S ]keep out — prohibido el paso
- keep out of the kitchen — no entres en la cocina
2(prevent from entering, exclude)a roof to keep the rain out — un techo para protegerse de la lluvia
- close the curtains to keep the sun out — corre las cortinas para que no entre el sol
- to keep sb/sth out (of sth)
- the public must be kept out of the area — no debe permitirse la entrada del público a este sector
- they want to keep me out of the team — no quieren que entre en el equipo
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