What is the
difference between Keep and Kip?
What is the difference between Keep and Kip? :
Keep : (verb)
( 1 ) Remain or stay
He has the ability to keep calm in an emergency.
Please keep quite. I am trying to get some work done.
The notice said, “Keep off the grass."
( 2 ) Do something repeatedly or frequently
Keep talking amongst yourselves. I shall be back in a minute.
Keep going until you reach a large roundabout.
( 3 ) Delay or detain someone
You are an hour late. What kept you?
( 4 ) Retain
You can keep that book I lent you. I do not want it back.
Here is a ten-rupee note. You can keep that change.
( 5 ) Own and manage
His father kept a grocer’s shop for a number of years.
( 6 ) Not reveal
Can you keep a secret?
Keep : (noun)
( 1 ) Cost of providing food and other necessities of life
It is the time you got a job and started paying for your keep.
Do you earn your keep?
Kip : (noun)
( 1 ) Sleep
Did you have a kip last night?
Kip : (verb)
( 1 ) Lie down to sleep
Could I kip here tonight?
Kip down on the floor?
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