: At the same time; simultaneously(adverb) : एक ही समय पर; साथ - साथ
Examples of word abreast
As they drew in abreast, Corry recognized him and halted the dogs.
Can't a guy use the word abreast 2 : up to a particular standard or level especially of knowledge of recent developments without getting flogged?
Ticketholders were lined up four abreast from the entrance gate in a line that stretched 400 yards to Washington Road, which borders part of the property.
But at that point, the picture began to change so rapidly that the symposium papers had to be revised for publication to remain abreast of international political developments.
Certainly, to remain abreast of the rest of the world we must make some progress.
After a long time, an hour or more, two other nurses marched in abreast like soldiers, with a great clumping of sabots, and knotted the corpse up in the sheets, but it was not removed till some time later.
Finally all three dahabeeyahs ran in abreast, and moored side by side in front of a row of little open cafés just outside the town.
Admiral Ting formed his ships in line abreast, that is side by side with every bow towards the enemy.
"I've seen lots of cyclists ride two abreast, which is a big no-no," he said.