English version

keep/stay abreast of something

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishkeep/stay abreast of somethingkeep/stay abreast of somethingFIND OUTKNOW somethingto 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. abreast
Examples from the Corpus
keep/stay abreast of somethingExecutives keep abreast of events in the company by e-mail.Dulles did more than make the customary recommendations that the policies of the colonial powers keep abreast of local political aspirations.Representative staff will keep abreast of national developments by attending conferences and by visiting other schools piloting such courses.Once in their job, industrial production managers must stay abreast of new production technologies and management practices.Many growers may feel overwhelmed as they struggle to keep abreast of potentially helpful developments.One way to stay abreast of the legal fees is to ask for monthly billings.In this way, hip Benetton stays abreast of the unpredictable storms of fashion.The trouble was that the purchasing power of the workers did not keep abreast of what they produced.
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