be/keep in with somebody

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keep someone or something in with someone or something

to locate people or things together, in any combination. I will keep Tom in with me until he gets his own room. We will keep the cat in with Tom until there is room elsewhere.
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be/keep (well) ˈin with somebody

(informal) be friendly with somebody, not because you like them, but because they may be useful to you: If you want to do well in this company, keep well in with the boss.
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