Idiom:  keep abreast of something


Idiom:  stay / keep abreast of something

  • to make sure you have the most recent and important information about something

Example sentences

  • When you decide what countries you are going to visit, please let me know because I'd like to keep abreast of your travels.
  • For my work it's really important for me to stay abreast of emerging YouTube talent who we may offer social media influencer opportunities.
  • Please keep us abreast of this research. We may want to invest in it later if there are any positive developments.
  • My dad has been in the hospital for two days and they are running tests. We'll keep you abreast of the situation.
  • Our reporter is staying abreast of the political situation in the Turkey and we'll be a doing special report closer to the elections.
  • I'm working for a policy research organization so I need to keep abreast of all the legislation related to refugees.
  • We'll keep you abreast weekly of the recruiting efforts and give you the short-list of candidates in three months once we've scheduled interviews.
  • I stay abreast of texting and internet slang so I know what my children are saying.


  • do your homework
  • nose around/into
  • keep your ears open
  • do your homework
  • check up on
  • check into
  • follow up
  • look into

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