Definition of keep on phrasal verb from the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary

 

keep on

 phrasal verb
phrasal verb
 
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Phrasal Verbs
to continue The rain kept on all night. Keep on until you get to the church.
to continue to employ somebody
to continue to rent a house, flat/apartment, etc. We’re planning to keep the house on over the summer.

keep on

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keep on about somebody

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keep on about something

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keep on at somebody

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keep on at somebody about somebody

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keep on at somebody about something

 
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(especially British English) to speak to somebody often and in an annoying way about somebody/something synonym go on, nag He does keep on so! I'll do it—just don't keep on at me about it!
See the Oxford Advanced American Dictionary entry: keep on