keep out

keep out
keep out of [sth.]
1) (not enter) non entrare in, rimanere fuori da [house]

"keep out!" — "vietato l'ingresso"

2) (avoid being exposed to) evitare di esporsi a [sun]; proteggersi da [rain]; evitare [danger]
3) (avoid getting involved in) tenersi fuori da [argument]

keep out of this! — non intrometterti!

to keep out of sb.'s way o to keep out of the way of sb. (not hinder) non stare tra i piedi a qcn.; (avoid seeing) stare alla larga da qcn.; try to keep out of trouble! cerca di tenerti fuori dai guai! keep [sb., sth.] out, keep out [sb., sth.] non fare entrare, tenere fuori [person, animal]; to keep the rain out non fare entrare la pioggia; to keep sb. out of sth. — tenere qcn. fuori da qcs

* * *
(not to (allow to) enter: The notice at the building site said `Keep out!'; This coat keeps out the wind.) stare fuori; riparare da
* * *
1. vi + adv
(not enter) restare fuori

"keep out" — "vietato l'ingresso"

to keep out of trouble — tenersi fuori dai guai

to keep out of a quarrel — non immischiarsi in una lite

you keep out of this! — non immischiarti!

2. vt + adv
(exclude: person, dog) tenere fuori

this coat keeps out the cold — questo cappotto protegge dal freddo

to keep sb out of trouble — tenere qn lontano dai guai

* * *
keep out of [sth.]
1) (not enter) non entrare in, rimanere fuori da [house]

"keep out!" — "vietato l'ingresso"

2) (avoid being exposed to) evitare di esporsi a [sun]; proteggersi da [rain]; evitare [danger]
3) (avoid getting involved in) tenersi fuori da [argument]

keep out of this! — non intrometterti!

to keep out of sb.'s way o to keep out of the way of sb. (not hinder) non stare tra i piedi a qcn.; (avoid seeing) stare alla larga da qcn.; try to keep out of trouble! cerca di tenerti fuori dai guai! keep [sb., sth.] out, keep out [sb., sth.] non fare entrare, tenere fuori [person, animal]; to keep the rain out non fare entrare la pioggia; to keep sb. out of sth. — tenere qcn. fuori da qcs


English-Italian dictionary. 2013.

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