keep abreast

VERB
  1. keep informed
    He kept up on his country's foreign policies
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How To Use keep abreast In A Sentence

  • Online Keep abreast of public sector news and views timesonline. Times, Sunday Times
  • Occasionally, I tune in to right wing talk radio to keep abreast of what the ‘dark side’ is up to.
  • So would it be too much to ask councillors to keep abreast themselves? Times, Sunday Times
  • This is particularly true in the office, where crafty technologies help bosses keep abreast of what their employees are doing.
  • This is particularly true in the office, where crafty technologies help bosses keep abreast of what their employees are doing.
  • Mr Gonsell spends half an hour a day reading the New York Times and Washington Post to keep abreast with international news.
  • Indeed, she reads the paper and a variety of magazines regularly, and likes to keep abreast of current affairs.
  • Many growers may feel overwhelmed as they struggle to keep abreast of potentially helpful developments.
  • The captain nodded and considered, and walked for'ard on his own deck to keep abreast of the faster vessel. A SON OF THE SUN
  • Not that I neglected my studies entirely or failed to burn a reasonable portion of "midnight oil," sometimes indeed with a great show of industry particularly on a night before a hard examination; but luckily enough I was pretty well fortified in Greek and Mathematics before I got to the University, and it did not take much effort to keep abreast of my classes without being conspicuous one way or the other either as "curler" or "corker," that is, in the current vernacular, either as a bright particular star in the firmament or as a sacrificial lamb led to the slaughter. In the days of my youth when I was a student in the University of Virginia, 1888-1893.
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