Up to date: keeping abreast of the latest developments. (adverb)
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Use "abreast" in a sentence
"As they drew in abreast, Corry recognized him and halted the dogs."
"Can't a guy use the word abreast 2 : up to a particular standard or level especially of knowledge of recent developments without getting flogged?"
"But at that point, the picture began to change so rapidly that the symposium papers had to be revised for publication to remain abreast of international political developments."