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keep a record/account/diary etc

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkeep a record/account/diary etckeep a record/account/diary etcREGULARto regularly record written information somewhere keep
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keep a record/account/diary etcA relaxed regime of visiting the lavatory after each main meal and at bedtime is established with the parents keeping a record.Each day we are to keep a diary.Tish intends to do some drawing, but is too intent on keeping a diary.Only one in five departments is believed to keep a record of abuse of adults or the elderly.There was a chart on the wall that gave some measure of this by keeping a record of math and spelling grades.One research team keeps a record of which computers are attached to the network at any time.I must keep records that prove I do all this.
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