keep (one) waiting(redirected from keeping you waiting)
keep (one) waiting
To force one to wait to get something or for something to happen. We were asked to be at the court at 9 AM for the hearing, but they kept us waiting for over three hours. Sorry I kept you waiting—my car ran out of gas halfway here.
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keep somebody ˈwaitingmake somebody wait or be delayed, especially because you arrive late: I’m sorry to have kept you waiting.
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