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-  Keep a civil tongue in your head!
-  Keep a cool head
-  Keep a dish warm
-  Keep a stiff upper lip
-  Keep an eye on what someone is up to
-  Keep calm
-  Keep calm!
-  Keep dining area clean
-  Keep falling in and out of love
-  Keep hoping
-  Keep increasing
-  Keep it to yourself!
-  Keep it under your hat!
-  Keep licking someone's arse
-  Keep licking someone's boots
-  Keep looking for it!
-  Keep one's cool
-  Keep one's distance
-  Keep one's distance from...
-  Keep one's ear to the ground
-  Keep one's eyes down
-  Keep one's head
-  Keep one's nose clean
-  Keep oneself to oneself
-  Keep running down somebody
-  Keep silent
-  Keep smiling!
-  Keep someone at a distance
-  Keep someone at arm's length
-  Keep someone at bay
-  Keep someone company
-  Keep someone on the sidelines
-  Keep someone waiting
-  Keep something in good condition
-  Keep the airliners in good condition
-  Keep the ball rolling
-  Keep the change!
-  Keep the wolf from the door
-  Keep to oneself
-  Keep to the straight and narrow
-  Keep together!
-  Keep up with the Joneses
-  Keep work area clean
-  Keep your eyes open!
-  Keep your eyes peeled!
-  Keep your fingers crossed!
-  Keep your shirt on!
-  Kick the bucket
-  Kick up a fuss
-  Kick up a row
-  Kick up a stink
-  Kill someone by inches
-  Kill the goose that lays the golden eggs
-  Kill time
-  Killed in action
-  Kingdom come!
-  Kiss one's money goodbye
-  Kiss someone
-  Kiss something good-bye
-  Knee someone in the stomach
-  Kneel down
-  Knit
-  Knock about the world
-  Knock at the door
-  Knock it off!
-  Knock knock!
-  Knock on...
-  Knock on the ceiling
-  Knock on wood!
-  Knock the stuffing out of someone
-  Knot a tie
-  Know a lot about something
-  Know a place like the back of one's hand
-  Know a subject inside out
-  Know about something
-  Know all the tricks of the trade
-  Know how to bide one's time
-  Know how to smooth things over
-  Know of a good restaurant
-  Know one's lesson backwards
-  Know one's onions
-  Know one's stuff
-  Know oneself
-  Know some good restaurants to go to
-  Know some important people
-  Know someone by name
-  Know someone by reputation
-  Know someone by sight
-  Know someone through and through
-  Know something off by heart
-  Know something through and through
-  Know the right people
-  Know which side one's bread is buttered
-  Knowledge is crucial
-  Knowledge is essential
-  Knowledge is fundamental



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