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I'm reading this article.

In the last part, the writer uses 'keep this up'

I look forward to keeping this up. I’d love to keep this up.

What does 'keep this up' mean in this article?

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"To keep something up" usually means to keep something going, or to continue the action of something. In the article, after a very quick look around that phrase, the action seems to be "designing cars". In that case, he's saying "I'll keep doing this", or "I will continue designing cars".

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