音标 : [əˈbrest]

There’s nothing worse than being stuck on a narrow path behind two people walking abreast of one another. If they only knew you were there, they’d walk single file so you could pass them. Abreast means side by side.

In a marathon, you watch the frontrunners, but it’s also important to pay attention to who is coming up the side and abreast of the leader. They are the most likely to find it within themselves to sprint forward for the win. Abreast can also mean “informed or up-to-date.” If you’re a big fan of comics, you probably keep abreast of all the latest publications and conventions.

You must keep me abreast, won’t you?

We just want to keep you abreast of it, that’s all.

Davis, left with me, stay abreast.

And that’s how you keep abreast of what’s going on on the road.

Daniel, can you keep Andrei abreast of any of those changes in the readouts, please?