How to Conjugate Keep Down
- Infinitive: Keep Down
- Present Tense: Keep Down/ Keeps Down
- -ing Form: Keeping Down
- Past Tense: Kept Down
- Past Participle: Kept Down
Definitions of Keep Down:
1. To make sound, music and noise minimal.
Examples: My dad says we can party as long as we keep the noise down.
Can you keep the music down? I’m trying to study.
2. To lower something, especially a price or rate.
Examples: The store is able to keep its prices down because they buy directly from the supplier.
He is trying to keep his spending down in order to save for a nice vacation.
3. To stop someone from achieving or attaining their full potential.
Examples: Sometimes your friends will try to keep you down because they aren’t doing anything productive.
You’re too smart to allow others to keep you down.
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