keep up on


: to continue to know the newest information about (something)
I find it hard to keep up on the news.

Examples of keep up on in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The benefits have product demand surging, and Cala Health has been racing to keep up on the production side. Jim Vinoski, Forbes, 10 June 2022 With his parents unable to keep up on the maintenance, the grass and weeds grew out of control in front of and on the side of the house, Chowdhury said. Washington Post, 12 Jan. 2022 Eventually, the Utah Jazz simply had too much talent, too much offensive firepower for the Chicago Bulls to keep up on Friday night. Eric Walden, The Salt Lake Tribune, 2 Apr. 2021 Organizations need to keep up on cybersecurity by following the trends/happenings in the industry — the frequency, the changing nature of the attacks and the severity of the attacks — and also keep track of three key metrics: 1. Asokan Ashok, Forbes, 31 Aug. 2021 Due to the pandemic, dance music culture has permeated online spaces, allowing fans to socialize, share new music and keep up on event information. Paul Herrera, Rolling Stone, 18 Mar. 2022 Healthy Steps psychologist and National Director Rahill Briggs said specialists who were helping patients get food, formula, and diapers during the shutdown would remind them to keep up on vaccinations. Jayne O'Donnell, USA TODAY, 20 Oct. 2020 To keep up on the latest news, subscribe to The Arizona Republic. Arizona Republic, 8 Aug. 2020 To keep up on issues in foster care, child safety and related matters, subscribe to the Arizona Republic. Mary Jo Pitzl, azcentral, 1 July 2020

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“Keep up on.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 13 Apr. 2024.

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