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Английский Язык - Турецкий язык

Определение keep up to в Английский Язык Турецкий язык словарь

keep up
devam ettirmek
keep up
ayak uydurmak

Zamana ayak uydurmak için gazeteler okurum. - I read newspapers in order to keep up with the times.

Tom Joneses'lara ayak uydurmaktan bıktığını söylüyor. - Tom says he's tired of trying to keep up with the Joneses.

keep up
devam etmek

Tom'la devam etmek zor. - It's hard to keep up with Tom.

keep up
ayakta kalmak
keep up
yukarda tut
keep to
kalmak
keep up
sürdürmek

Sadece evet ve hayır diyen biriyle bir konuşmayı sürdürmek zor. - It is difficult to keep up a conversation with someone who only says yes and no.

keep to
uymak
keep up
ayakta tutmak
keep up
yukarıda tutmak
keep up
seviyesine ulaşmak
keep up
idame etmek
keep up
yetişmek

Ona yetişmek için çok çalışmalıyım. - I must study hard in order to keep up with him.

Diğer öğrencilere yetişmek için çalışmak zorundaydım. - I had to study hard to keep up with the other students.

keep to
bağlı kalmak
keep to
bağlı kal
keep to
özünü vermek
keep to
sadık olmak
keep up
yukarda tutmak
keep up
bakımını sağlamak
keep up
su üstünde tutmak
keep up
(Ticaret) sürmek
keep to
-e bağlı kalmak
keep to
çıkmamak
keep to
tutmak

Doktorlar Tom'u canlı tutmak için ellerinden gelen her şeyi yaptılar. - The doctors did everything they could to keep Tom alive.

Tom'u karanlıkta tutmak adil değildir. - It isn't fair to keep Tom in the dark.

keep to
sadık kalmak
keep up
geçindirmek

Böylesine büyük bir evi geçindirmek için çok para gerekir. - It takes a lot of money to keep up such a big house.

keep up
yüksekte tutmak
keep up
bozmamak
keep up
(deyim) (hava) degismeden kalmak,devam etmek
keep up
yüksek tutmak
keep up
(deyim) neşeli ve canlı kalmak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык

Определение keep up to в Английский Язык Английский Язык словарь

keep up
To continue with (work, etc)

If the borrower could no longer afford to keep up the payments, the longer he stayed in the home the more the interest bill mounted.''.

keep up
To maintain; to preserve; to prevent from deteriorating

The NRA is pumping groundwater into the River Itchen in Hampshire to keep up its flow and is trying to save three streams, the Tong, the Little Stour and the Dour from going dry this summer.

keep up
To stay even or ahead

They ran so fast I could hardly keep up.

keep up
To ensure that one remains well-informed about something

I always try to keep up with (or keep up on) current affairs.

keep up
If you keep up with someone or something that is moving near you, you move at the same speed. She shook her head and started to walk on. He kept up with her
keep to
If you keep to something such as a path or river, you do not move away from it as you go somewhere. Please keep to the paths. = stick to
keep to
If you keep to a rule, plan, or agreement, you do exactly what you are expected or supposed to do. You've got to keep to the speed limit = stick to
keep to
If you keep to a particular subject, you talk only about that subject, and do not talk about anything else. Let's keep to the subject, or you'll get me too confused. = stick to
keep to
If you keep something to a particular number or quantity, you limit it to that number or quantity. Keep costs to a minimum
keep up
If you keep something up, you prevent it from growing less in amount, level, or degree. There will be a major incentive among TV channels to keep standards up Opposition forces are keeping up the pressure against the government
keep up
keep informed; "He kept up on his country's foreign policies"
keep up
keep in safety and protect from harm, decay, loss, or destruction; "We preserve these archeological findings"; "The old lady could not keep up the building"; "children must be taught to conserve our national heritage"; "The museum curator conserved the ancient manuscripts"
keep up
If you keep up with what is happening, you make sure that you know about it. She did not bother to keep up with the news
keep up
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
maintain a required pace or level; "He could not keep up and dropped out of the race
keep up
lengthen or extend in duration or space; "We sustained the diplomatic negociations as long as possible"; "prolong the treatment of the patient"; "keep up the good work"
keep up
maintain a required pace or level; "He could not keep up and dropped out of the race"
keep up
continue, persist, maintain one style of working; preserve, maintain
keep up
If you keep up with your work or with other people, you manage to do or understand all your work, or to do or understand it as well as other people. Penny tended to work through her lunch hour in an effort to keep up with her work Life is tough for kids who aren't keeping up in school
keep up
To keep up with something that is changing means to be able to cope with the change, usually by changing at the same rate. wage increases which keep up with inflation Things are changing so fast, it's hard to keep up
keep up
If you keep something up, you continue to do it or provide it. I was so hungry all the time that I could not keep the diet up for longer than a month They risk losing their homes because they can no longer keep up the repayments
keep up to

    Турецкое произношение

    kip ʌp tı

    Произношение

    /ˈkēp ˈəp tə/ /ˈkiːp ˈʌp tə/

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