keep abreast

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Verb1.keep abreast - keep informed; "He kept up on his country's foreign policies"
trace, follow - follow, discover, or ascertain the course of development of something; "We must follow closely the economic development is Cuba" ; "trace the student's progress"
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It not only enables them to keep abreast of the times; it qualifies them to furnish in their own personality a good bit of the motive power to the mad pace.
Also we will continue to keep abreast with the latest global developments in accordance with international standards, and remain vigilant in order to meet challenges as they arise in a fast-changing global economy.
That is why it's vital that we keep abreast of the latest techniques.
In response, consultants and researchers steep themselves in research trials, seminars, workshops, sales presentations and more to keep abreast of the latest solutions.
My advice: Constantly update your skills, keep abreast of competitive changes in your intended industry through trade journals and industry organizations, and keep an active network of contacts.
But aides keep abreast of it and tell him what's on it.
It is essential that we keep abreast of the latest research, learn ways of improving the efficiency of our processes and acquire new skills and capabilities.
It provides a central source for cartoonists and gag writers to track their progress, keep abreast of editors' needs, "and mine a mother lode of mirth for new ideas," according to editor-in-chief and publisher Bill Keough.
He added, "It is incumbent upon the real estate community to keep abreast of statewide legislation and vital housing programs and initiatives.
I like to keep abreast of what is going on and rely on your input.
17, is a cost-efficient and time-efficient way to keep abreast of professional developments in this turbulent economic and regulatory climate--while earning continuing education credits.
Operators are not the only ones who must keep abreast of training concerns; supervisors must also complete program evaluations immediately after classroom-instructional time.