Stay awake until late at night. For example, Never call Ethel before noon; she keeps late hours and sleeps all morning.
/ˈkiːpˌnɛt/ noun 1. a cylindrical net strung on wire hoops and sealed at one end, suspended in water by anglers to keep alive the fish they have caught
- Keep one posted
interjection Please keep me informed of what is going on; supply up-to-date information (1800s+)
- Keep oneself to oneself
see under keep to oneself
- Keep on keeping on
verb phrase To persist; hold one’s course; keep on trucking: He would keep on keeping on and worry later about his destination (1970s+)