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abreast

adverb   /əˈbrest/
used to say that two or more people are next to each other and moving in the same direction en columna de… We were running/swimming two abreast. The motorcyclist came abreast of her car and shouted abuse at her.1726
keep abreast of sth
to make sure you know all the most recent facts about a subject or situation mantenerse al corriente de algo I try to keep abreast of any developments.1136
(Definition of abreast from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abreast

adverb /əˈbrest/
side by side a la misma altura, a la par They walked along the road three abreast.
keep abreast of
to remain up to date with mantenerse al día/corriente He likes to keep abreast of recent scientific developments.
(Definition of abreast from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “abreast”
in Vietnamese sánh vai…
in Malaysian beriringan…
in Thai เคียงข้าง…
in French côte à côte…
in German nebeneinander…
in Chinese (Simplified) 并排, 并肩…
in Indonesian berdampingan…
in Chinese (Traditional) 並排, 並肩…
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