To keep something from someone
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to keep something (secret) from someone: to conceal, to hide something from someone
Why are you keeping this from me? I want to know the truth!
- "If it's at all possible, I'd like this situation to be kept from Bruno until it is successfully resolved, so I ask you both to keep this low profile."
- "This sheik kept the deposit secret from everyone for fear of an attempt on his life."
- "A second possibility is that I will keep this information secret until you do something to offend me, which I imagine will happen at any minute."
- "How could you keep this secret from me?"
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