Definition of keep in with in English:

keep in with

Remain on good terms with (someone): he was simply trying to keep in with his friends
More example sentences
  • She would always be very decent to you, and would keep in with all the right people politically, but you always ended up wondering how much you could trust her.
  • I have an RNLI Mastercard - they are important people to keep in with if you live somewhere that you can only get to by boat.
  • Rebecca is a meek young girl who tries to keep in with all her colleagues.
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