1. side by side; beside each other in a line: They walked two abreast down the street.
2. equal to or alongside in progress, attainment, or awareness (usually followed by of or with): to keep abreast of scientific developments; keeping abreast with the times.
"officials can be abreast of situations."
"spokesmen can be abreast."
"people can be abreast."
"officials can be abreast."
"people/places/organizations can be abreast."
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