keep+in+pay

  • 1 keep in pay — index retain (employ) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2 pay stub — noun, pl ⋯ stubs [count] US : a piece of paper that is given to an employee with each paycheck and that shows the amount of money that the employee earned and the amount that was removed for taxes, insurance costs, etc. Keep your pay stubs for… …

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  • 3 Pay Cards! — was an American syndicated game show that first aired from 1968 69. A Canadian version of Pay Cards! ran in 1973 and a revival, called Super Pay Cards!, ran in 1981 82. The U.S. version was taped in both New York and Cincinnati, while both… …

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  • 4 keep — [kēp] vt. kept, keeping [ME kepen < OE cœpan, to behold, watch out for, lay hold of, akin to MLowG kapen, ON kopa, to stare at < ? IE base * ĝab , to look at or for] 1. to observe or pay regard to; specif., a) to observe with due or… …

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  • 5 Keep the Aspidistra Flying —   …

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  • 6 Keep — (k[=e]p), v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Kept} (k[e^]pt); p. pr. & vb. n. {Keeping}.] [OE. k[=e]pen, AS. c[=e]pan to keep, regard, desire, await, take, betake; cf. AS. copenere lover, OE. copnien to desire.] 1. To care; to desire. [Obs.] [1913 Webster] I… …

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  • 7 keep — vb 1 Keep, observe, celebrate, solemnize, commemorate are comparable when they mean to pay proper attention or honor to something prescribed, obligatory, or demanded (as by one s nationality, religion, or rank), but they vary widely in their… …

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  • 8 keep the wolf from the door — To keep away poverty or hunger • • • Main Entry: ↑wolf * * * keep the wolf from the door phrase to manage to earn enough money to buy food and other essential things I’m prepared to do anything to keep the wolf from the door. Thesaurus: to earn… …

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  • 9 keep a weather eye on — phrase to pay careful attention to a situation or person because something bad may happen Thesaurus: to pay attentionsynonym Main entry: weather * * * observe very carefully, esp. for changes or developments * * * keep a weather eye on old… …

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  • 10 keep — [v1] hold, maintain accumulate, amass, cache, care for, carry, conduct, conserve, control, deal in, deposit, detain, direct, enjoy, garner, grasp, grip, have, heap, hold back, manage, own, pile, place, possess, preserve, put, put up, reserve,… …

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  • 11 pay its way — pay its (or one s) way (of an enterprise or person) earn enough to cover its (or one s) costs some students are paying their way through college * * * pay its ˈway idiom (of a business, etc.) to make enough money to pay what it costs to keep it… …

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  • 12 keep pace with someone — keep pace (with (someone/something)) to stay at the same level as someone or something. We get regular pay raises that are supposed to keep pace with inflation …

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  • 13 keep pace with something — keep pace (with (someone/something)) to stay at the same level as someone or something. We get regular pay raises that are supposed to keep pace with inflation …

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  • 14 keep pace with — keep pace (with (someone/something)) to stay at the same level as someone or something. We get regular pay raises that are supposed to keep pace with inflation …

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  • 15 keep pace — (with (someone/something)) to stay at the same level as someone or something. We get regular pay raises that are supposed to keep pace with inflation …

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  • 16 keep your eye on the ball — If you keep your eye on the ball, you stay alert and pay close attention to what is happening …

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  • 17 keep in sight — index monitor, observe (watch), regard (pay attention) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 18 keep one's ear to the ground — • keep one s ear to the ground • have one s ear to the ground pay attention to the way things are going or the way people feel and think He always has his ear to the ground and knows everything that is going on in our company …

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  • 19 keep your ears open — phrase to pay attention to what is happening, especially in order to find out something Thesaurus: to try to find out informationsynonym Main entry: ear …

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  • 20 keep — keep1 [ kip ] (past tense and past participle kept [ kept ] ) verb *** ▸ 1 stay in state/position ▸ 2 (make) continue/repeat ▸ 3 continue to have ▸ 4 store ▸ 5 (make) stay within limit ▸ 6 do what you said ▸ 7 provide money for ▸ 8 take care of… …

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