keep something from (someone)

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keep something from (someone)

To prevent someone from learning or finding out something; to keep something a secret from someone. I was going to find out you'd spent the money eventually, so I don't understand why you tried to keep it from me. I get the feeling you're not telling me everything. What are you keeping from me?
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So, is Mr Brown keeping something from the rest of us that means everything's going to be all right?
I caught him watching porn once and now I feel like he's keeping something from me.
Will suspects Sonny and Gabi are keeping something from him, but he doesn't know what -- that Gabi believes she killed Nick.
Susan (Jackie Woodburne) grows suspicious that Karl is keeping something from her, and Bree panics when Janelle goes on a shopping spree.
Trouble is they are keeping something from their partner - both are international assassins, and when the truth comes out they find themselves stalking each other with explosive results.
He was acting really strange and I felt he was keeping something from me.
Try to figure out if something else is going on, such as you're worried that they're keeping something from you and can't be trusted.
Do you think that he's keeping something from you, perhaps some row when their mother died?
Christian suspects she is keeping something from him but as she won't tell him what it is, he leaves and insists he won't be coming again.
He said: "There we were, we had so many meetings with the Secretary of State, speaking to the Prime Minister and we approached those meetings in a candid manner, to find out that they were deliberately keeping something from us.
Lucy said: "We all stink and look like s**t and when I feel someone is keeping something from the team, I get p***d off.