If said in a cheerful, praising tone, it means "You're doing great, continue the good work!"

If said in a warning tone, it is a threat that means "Stop it right now, or reap the consequences!"

Praise: Wow, you've lost 35 pounds on that diet! Keep it up!

Warning: I have had all I can take of your whining! Do you want a spanking? Keep it up...!
by MistressApril September 6, 2008
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Sarcastic phrase used when one really wants to say something like shove off, fuck off, eat shit, kick rocks, go to hell or simply stop.
Keep it up, we'll see how far that gets you.
by PineappleJuice April 27, 2015
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Keep pace with, take or give the time to someone to follow while working on the same project or being in the same team.
Continue/manage the proper continuance of fulfilling any financial obligations.
I had to pause to give him time to keep up with writing before moving on to the next exercise.
I’m surprised that he actually keeps up with all the bill now that he moved to his own place!
by elentouf October 22, 2017
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An alternative to 'keeping up with the joneses', although hardly used in the common English lexicon. Other examples include--

A) In expression, used to describe surprise and happiness for the end of the week - Friday, a day in which school is typically over, or for those in work. It can be used also for Thursday itself, for people waiting for the week to be over.

B) A title for a popular webcomic of the same name, about two mousethieves in London with a knack for stealing. The title stems from the fact that the main character, Patrick, was known as the 'Thursday Thief', for his crimes coincidentally happening on that day. Hence, people are trying to 'keep up with Thursday.'

C) A term used to describe the end result of an orgasm during sexual intercourse; the success of a wonderful night in bed with your mate and/or lover. Commonly used in the United Kingdom, though included in the United States in some instances.
This is it--- this is it... Why, I... I... Oh goodness, my love! I can't believe it! I have been keeping up with Thursday! HA HA, this is delicious!
by Salamander Ferret May 5, 2011
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to strive beyond one's means to keep up socially and financially with others in one's social circle or neighborhood (from the name of a comic strip by Arthur R. Momand)
If I he can't afford a decent meal, he should not keep up with the Joneses.
by The Return of Light Joker November 17, 2009
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A common mispronunciation of the title of the television show: Keeping Up With The Shitheads.
I’m going home to watch Keeping up with the Kardashians.

Bro, that’s such a common mistake. It’s Keeping up with the SHITHEADS!
by Brutus The Definer July 3, 2018
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