keep abreast of something

keep abreast of something
keep/stay/abreast of something phrase
to make sure that you know all the most recent and important information about something

How can anyone keep abreast of all this new technology?

Thesaurus: to try to find out informationsynonym
Main entry: abreast

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keep abreast of sth idiom
to make sure that you know all the most recent facts about a subject

It is almost impossible to keep abreast of all the latest developments in computing.

Main entry:abreastidiom

Useful english dictionary. 2012.

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  • keep abreast (of) someone — or[something] {v. phr.} To be informed of the latest developments. * /It is difficult to keep abreast of all the various wars that are being waged on planet Earth./ Compare: KEEP STEP WITH …   Dictionary of American idioms

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  • abreast — a|breast [əˈbrest] adv 1.) keep/stay abreast of sth to make sure that you know all the most recent facts or information about a particular subject or situation ▪ It s important to keep abreast of the latest developments in computers. 2.)… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • keep up — verb 1. maintain a required pace or level (Freq. 6) He could not keep up and dropped out of the race • Hyponyms: ↑keep step, ↑keep pace • Entailment: ↑compete, ↑vie, ↑contend …   Useful english dictionary


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