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stay put

not to move; to stay where one is. We've decided to stay put and not to move to Florida. If the children just stay put, their parents will come for them soon.
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stay put

to stay where you are Just stay put until I get the car.
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stay put

Remain in a fixed or established position, as in I can't get that trellis to stay put, or I'm coming, just stay put till I get there. [First half of 1800s]
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stay put

To remain in a fixed or established position.
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They should then stay put and not try to transfer during the shaking.
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Roy Williams, who might be more inclined to stay put with the firing Wednesday of Kansas athletic director Al Bohl, will be a Final Four contender at Chapel Hill or Lawrence.
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