What does keep out of mean?

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Verb
  1. To stay away from (a place or condition).
  2. To restrain someone or something from entering (a place or condition).
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Two former students of Kingsdown School have been told to keep out of its grounds and area after terrorising teachers and pupils for a year and a half.
The Sassanians managed to keep out of their kingdom first the Romans and then the Byzantines.
Overhead, German spotters were looking for us, and I promised the men we would lie low, keep out of sight, and sleep.
Life in the city for the common people is a relentless struggle to keep out of trouble and keep your head above water.
She believes she can act carelessly and indifferently as long as everyone else is careful to keep out of her way.
People lounged under the tall eucalyptus trees to keep out of the sun, and few ventured out onto the pond in the small boats for rent.

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