Idioms with KEEP

keep your cool
to remain calm in a difficult situation
He kept his cool and won the argument.

keep your head down
to behave in a quiet way that does not attract attention
I did what I was told and kept my head down.

keep your chin up
to stay cheerful and hopeful during difficult times
Keep your chin up. We’ll get through this together.

keep your eye on the ball
to pay close attention to what is most important
Keep your eye on the ball and stay focused.

keep your fingers crossed
to hope that something or someone will be successful
We’re keeping our fingers crossed that he’s going to be okay.