1. simple past tense and past participle of keep. adjective
2. having the expression of principles, ideas, etc., controlled, dominated, or determined by one whose money provides support: a kept press; a kept writer.
"offers can be kept under reviews."
"offers can be kept in places."
"targets can be kept at percents."
"reports can be kept out of hands."
"rates can be kept in/at/on years."
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