⇄Change DirectionTranslation for 'keep away' from English to Czech
to keep away {verb}vyhýbat se [nedok.]
to keep away {verb}vyvarovat se [nedok.]
to keep away {verb}držet se dál [nedok.]
to keep away from {verb}držet se dál od [nedok.]
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Usage Examples English
  • On that trip, the couple secretly brought to Windsor Castle three boxes full of personal documents that they wanted to keep away from the eyes of Bismarck and the Hohenzollerns.
  • He wanted to execute Gurdjieff's last directives literally, by disseminating his ideas and writings as widely as possible, especially "Beelzebub's Tales to his Grandson", which Madame de Salzmann wanted to keep away from the public eye.
  • In turning sharp round a right-hand corner, a driver should keep away to the opposite side."
  • The nests may sometimes be decorated with bright materials such as white plastic and a study in Spain suggests that they may have a role in signalling to keep away other kites.
  • The Wusun subsequently took over the Ili Valley, expanding over a large area and trying to keep away from the Xiongnu.
  • In this letter he promised to keep away from the freedom struggle if granted bail.
  • He wrote to the King to intercede on behalf of Becket after his exile, which provoked Henry to instruct him to keep away from Becket in his exile.
  • Walsh is then approached by FBI officer Alonzo Mosely, who needs Mardukas to be a witness against Serrano, so orders him to keep away from him.
  • The existence of the plot had been revealed in an anonymous letter delivered ten days earlier to William Parker, 4th Baron Monteagle, warning him to keep away from Parliament.
  • These males will signal for other males to keep away via a sand drumming display.
  • Electronic insect repellent devices that produce ultrasounds intended to keep away insects (and mosquitoes) are marketed.
  • Grasshopper Chapel in Cold Spring, Minnesota, was established in 1877 by immigrant German Catholic farmers, supposedly to keep away future locust ravages which had occurred from the 1870s.
  • These customs were meant to keep away bad luck, and similar customs were found in other Celtic regions.
  • shrubs around one's home is said to keep away all evil spirits and will cause the huaka'i pō to avoid the area.
  • At least in the winter quarters, Swainson's thrush tends to keep away from areas of human construction and other activity.
  • Some termites, including "Nasutitermes corniger", form associations with certain ant species to keep away predatory ant species.
  • Current PWC products contain on-product warnings that state: "Keep away from Intake Grate" while the engine is on.
  • Regulations in the United Kingdom are less stringent; pajamas which do not comply with fire safety standards may be sold, but must be labelled "KEEP AWAY FROM FIRE".
  • The letter continues by encouraging the Thessalonian church to stand firm in their faith, and to "keep away from every brother who leads an unruly life and not according to the tradition which you received from us [...] do not associate with him, so that he will be put to shame.
  • Another factor that could influence habitat choice is vulnerability to predators; impala tend to keep away from areas with tall grasses as predators could be concealed there.
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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