keep (something) for another time/day/week/etc.

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keep (something) for another time/day/week/etc.

To reserve or save something for some future point or event. I'm sorry we didn't get a chance to do the hang-gliding—I guess we'll just have to keep it for another day. Don't throw those decorations out! We can keep them for another occasion down the line!
See also: another, for, keep, time, week
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