stay abreast


stay abreast

v. (D; intr.) to stay abreast of (to stay abreast of the news; the runners stay abreasted abreast of each other)

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(D;intr.) to stay abreastof (to stay abreast of the news; the runners stay abreasted abreast of each other)

Combinatory dictionary. 2013.

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  • stay abreast of — (something) to have the most recent information about something. Regional conferences provide the opportunity for everyone to stay abreast of the latest developments in our field of research. Related vocabulary: up to speed …   New idioms dictionary

  • stay abreast — be aware of developments, stay current, keep pace    Can you stay abreast of changes in computer technology? …   English idioms

  • stay abreast of something — stay abreast of (something) to have the most recent information about something. Regional conferences provide the opportunity for everyone to stay abreast of the latest developments in our field of research. Related vocabulary: up to speed …   New idioms dictionary

  • stay 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:… …   Useful english dictionary

  • abreast of — 1 : next to (someone or something) Another runner drew abreast of her. [=drew alongside her] 2 : aware of or informed about (new occurrences, facts, etc.) She is always abreast of the latest political news. He likes to keep/stay abreast of the… …   Useful english dictionary

  • 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

  • abreast — a|breast [ ə brest ] adverb next to each other, facing or moving in the same direction: We set off cycling two abreast. abreast of: He drew abreast of me and immediately started talking. keep/stay abreast of something to make sure that you know… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • abreast — UK [əˈbrest] / US adverb next to each other, facing or moving in the same direction We set off cycling two abreast. abreast of: He drew abreast of me and immediately started talking. • keep/stay abreast of something to make sure that you know all …   English dictionary

  • abreast — (adv.) mid 15c., on brest, from A (Cf. a ) (1) + BREAST (Cf. breast) (n.); the notion is of with breasts in line. To keep abreast in figurative sense of stay up to date is from 1650s …   Etymology dictionary

  • 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:… …   Useful english dictionary


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