abreast definition

  • adverb:
    • side-by-side: ships docked two informed.
    • Up to date: maintaining up to date with modern advancements.
    • : at precisely the same time; at the same time
    • Hand And Hand, with breasts in a line.”
    • Side by side; also, reverse; over against; on a line because of the vessel's beam; -- with of.
    • to a particular amount or line; equally advanced.
    • as well; simultaneously.
    • alongside one another, dealing with in the same path
  • others:
    • Side by side, with tits in a line: as, “the bikers rode informed,” Dryden.
    • Nautical: Lying or moving side-by-side, with stems similarly advanced level. When accustomed suggest the specific situation of a vessel regarding another item, opposing; over against; lying so your object is on a line utilizing the ray: inside good sense with of.
    • Figuratively, up to similar pitch or amount: used in combination with of or with: as, to keep abreast of the changing times in science, etc. Simultaneously; simultaneously.
  • adjective:
    • being around certain standard or level especially in becoming updated in knowledge

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