Examples of apprise in a Sentence
let me apprise you of the current situation
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Owners Ken Hassett and David McFarlane posted a farewell message on social media, promising to keep fans apprised of their next endeavor.
Caplinger also is quite close to Bud Selig, going back to the days when Selig ran the Brewers and Caplinger was the head athletic trainer, keeping him apprised of the health of players.
While driving along, the main screen keeps drivers apprised of fuel economy, miles to empty, time, and other information.
The fallout from the Porter resignation also cast a spotlight on White House counsel Don McGahn, who was apprised of at least some of the accusations about the staff secretary at least four times, including as early as January 2017.
Pugh’s initial appearance in U.S. District Court in downtown Baltimore will provide the first opportunity for him to be apprised formally of the charges against him.
Her children, now adults, are being kept apprised of the search - which includes special agents from the FBI - by New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald’s officfe.
But when Yormark was negotiating with Nike, Barkley guided the strategy and asked to be kept apprised throughout—while simultaneously balancing an offer from Adidas that would have netted him significantly more money.
As authorities turned the rescue mission into a recovery mission and apprised the community of the criminal allegations, one question remained: Why?
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keep posted (one), let know (one);
Synonym Discussion of apprise
- informed us of the crisis
- acquaint yourself with the keyboard
- keep us apprised of the situation
- notified the witness when to appear
APPRISE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of apprise for English Language Learners
: to give information to (someone)
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