1. adv в ряд, рядом, на одной линии

three abreast — по трое в ряд

two abreast — построение в две шеренги

2. adv не отставая; держась на уровне

to keep abreast of — не отставать от, идти в ногу с

to keep abreast of the times — идти в ногу с веком, не отставать от жизни

to be abreast of the times — быть сыном своего времени; быть на уровне современности

to keep wages abreast of the cost of living — повышать заработную плату в зависимости от роста стоимости жизни

keep abreast with — не отставать от

kept abreast — держался на траверзе

keep abreast — держаться на траверзе

go abreast of — идти в ногу с; не отставать от

keep abreast of — идти в ногу с; не отставать от

3. adv эл. в параллельном соединении
4. adv мор. на одной линии; на траверзе; борт о борт

lie abreast — стоять борт о борт

keeping abreast — держащийся на траверзе

5. adv воен. в одном эшелоне
6. adv воен. в один эшелон
Синонимический ряд:
1. familiar (adj.) acquainted; apprised; au fait; conversant; familiar; informed; versant; versed
2. side by side (adj.) against; aligned; beside; equal; in alignment; next to; side by side; together
3. up-to-date (adj.) au courant; contemporary; down-to-date; knowledgeable; red-hot; up; up-to-date; up-to-the-minute
Антонимический ряд:
apart; behind

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  • abreast — ► ADVERB 1) side by side and facing the same way. 2) alongside. 3) (abreast of) up to date with …   English terms dictionary

  • abreast — index equal, informed (having information) Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …   Law dictionary

  • abreast — [ə brest′] adv., adj. [ A 1 + BREAST] 1. side by side, as in going or facing forward: often with of or with 2. informed (of) or conversant ( with) recent developments …   English World dictionary

  • abreast — [[t]əbre̱st[/t]] 1) ADV: ADV after v, num ADV If people or things walk or move abreast, they are next to each other, side by side, and facing in the same direction. The steep pavement was too narrow for them to walk abreast. ...a group of youths… …   English dictionary

  • abreast — adj. (usu. does not stand alone) abreast of (to be abreast of the news; to keep smb. abreast of the latest developments) * * * [ə brest] (usu. does not stand alone) abreast of (to be abreast of the news; to keep smb. abreast of the latest… …   Combinatory dictionary

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  • abreast — a|breast [ ə brest ] adverb next to each other, facing or moving in the same direction: We set off cycling two abreast. abreast of: He drew abreast of me and immediately started talking. keep/stay abreast of something to make sure that you know… …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

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