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abreast

adverb
 
 
/əˈbrest/
keep (sb) abreast of sth to make sure you or someone else knows about the most recent changes in a subject or situation
birini bir konu, gelişme hakkında bilgilendirmek, bilgi sahibi olmak
I'll keep you abreast of any developments.Knowing and learning
two/three/four, etc abreast If people who are moving are two/three, etc abreast, that number of people are next to each other, side by side.
yan yana, bir hizada
They were cycling four abreast, completely blocking the road.Next to and beside
Translations of “abreast”
in Vietnamese sánh vai…
in Spanish a la misma altura, a la par…
in Thai เคียงข้าง…
in Malaysian beriringan…
in French côte à côte…
in German nebeneinander…
in Chinese (Traditional) 並排, 並肩…
in Indonesian berdampingan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 并排, 并肩…
(Definition of abreast from the Cambridge Learners Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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