Keep away

Keep away (from sth/sb) : to not go somewhere or near something, or to prevent someone from going somewhere or near something

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  • Examples in context:
  • "It is now impossible to return it to its original state", a spokeswoman for the museum said. She said that cleaning crews had been told to keep 20cm away from artworks, but it was unclear if the woman had received the memo.
  • For the next three years, they will be working on the creation of two genetic banks one in Madrid and the other in Buenos Aires, to keep away the threat that looms over these animals.
    Mantener(se) alejado /a distancia /apartado (de algo o alguien)

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