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I'll keep you posted

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  • keep you posted — keep (you) posted to make sure you know what is happening. The doctors kept me posted about her condition. Usage notes: usually refers to a situation that is quickly changing …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep you posted — send or phone the news to you, inform you    I ll be in Korea for six months, but I ll keep you posted …   English idioms

  • keep someone posted — KEEP INFORMED, keep up to date, keep in the picture, keep briefed, update, fill in; informal keep up to speed. → post * * * keep someone posted phrase to regularly give someone information about something that they are interested in, for example… …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep sb posted — ► to continue giving someone the most recent information about a situation that involves them: »I ll keep you posted on any new developments with the deal. Main Entry: ↑post …   Financial and business terms

  • keep somebody posted (about something) — keep sb ˈposted (about/on sth) idiom to regularly give sb the most recent information about sth and how it is developing • I ll keep you posted on his progress. Main entry: ↑postidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep somebody posted (on something) — keep sb ˈposted (about/on sth) idiom to regularly give sb the most recent information about sth and how it is developing • I ll keep you posted on his progress. Main entry: ↑postidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep somebody posted — verb To inform (someone) regularly of the latest developments. Thats all the news for now, but Ill keep you posted about new developments. Syn: apprise …   Wiktionary

  • keep someone posted — to regularly give someone information about something that they are interested in, for example how a situation is changing or developing Not much has happened so far, but I ll keep you posted …   English dictionary

  • keep posted — (informal) To supply with the latest news • • • Main Entry: ↑post * * * keep (someone) posted : to regularly give (someone) the most recent news about something Keep me posted on how the project is coming along. We don t know her condition yet,… …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep posted — keep (you) posted to make sure you know what is happening. The doctors kept me posted about her condition. Usage notes: usually refers to a situation that is quickly changing …   New idioms dictionary

  • keep posted — we have no more news at this moment, but we ll keep you posted Syn: keep informed, keep up to date, keep in the picture, keep briefed, update, fill in; informal keep up to speed …   Thesaurus of popular words


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