- On guard
- We should be on guard against the enemy's invasion.
- These badly guarded souls listen
- It protects against environmental hazards such as wind and sun.
- These are defensive behaviour patterns which derive from our subconscious fears.
- I knew there were problems， but I was not prepared for this.
- In spite of precautions the facts had filtered out.
- Our deterrent weapons are guarded against accidental explosion or use
- Information operations will affect adversary information and information system while defending ones own.
- Muggers lay for the unsuspecting pedestrian in the dark alley.
- That news will keep.
- They keep a shop.
- How are you keeping?
- Will this food keep?
- To keep high quality of products is to keep the everlasting value.
- to kick away; to spurn away
- to die away; to fade away; to vanish; to elapse; to wear away
- She barked the boy away.
- give away; make a present of
- Collins frowned and looked away.