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Past tense for to be able to match or compete with (a competitor, opponent or peer)
“Yet even two against one, Garric and Osman were overmatched, barely able to keep up with their opponent's speed.”
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Past tense for to maintain, prolong, or keep something (good) going
“I most definitely will be purchasing from you in the near future. Keep up the good work.”
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Past tense for to continue or remain in a given state
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“Do you think this fine weather will keep up for a couple of weeks?”
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Past tense for to remain in existence or active despite challenges
“Amazingly, network backbones have been able to keep up despite the fact that network bandwidth demands are doubling every year.”
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Past tense for to physically prop or keep something in an upright position
“So to keep the pole up, we attach three or four ropes to its top, and we anchor the ropes into the ground after pulling them taut.”
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(intransitive) Past tense for to persist in or proceed with an activity or action
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Past tense for to remain strong-willed or brave, especially when experiencing duress or adversity
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Past tense for to extend or make longer
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Past tense for to maintain the focus or attention of others
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Past tense for to move behind in the same direction
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(of a shop or business) Past tense for to own or manage
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Past tense for to hold on to or continue to have something, both physically or mentally
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Past tense for to begin again or continue after a pause or interruption
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