Phrasal verb – keep up (znaczenie)
Dzisiaj przedstawiamy kolejny czasownik frazowy. Mamy nadzieję, że zapadnie on Wam w pamięć i że wykorzystacie go wkrótce w rozmowach po angielsku. Jeśli chcesz zobaczyć polskie tłumaczenie czasownika, to po prostu najedź na angielską definicje.
to keep up (with someone/something)
if someone or something keeps up with someone or something else, they do whatever is necessary to stay level or equal with that person or thing
"He started to walk faster and the children had to run to keep up." "Wages are failing to keep up with inflation." "You'll have to walk faster if you want to keep up."
to keep up
to be able to understand or deal with something that is happening or changing very fast
"I read the papers to keep up with what's happening in the outside world." "Old people find it very difficult to keep up with the changes in society."
to keep something up
to not allow something that is at a high level to fall to a lower level
"You must eat to keep your strength up."
to keep (something) up
to continue without stopping or changing, or to continue something without allowing it to stop or change
"Keep up the good work!" "You're doing very well everybody. Keep it up!"