Apprise him of - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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apprise (one) of
To inform one. The phrase can be used with or without a noun between "apprise" and "of." Has anyone apprised him of the new policy outlined in the meeting? Please keep me apprised of any changes.
apprise someone of something
to inform someone of something. I hope you will apprise me of any change. Have you been apprised of the new rule?
References in classic literature
A single moment served to apprise him of
the place where the unsuspecting traveller lay.
Sub-engineer Mohammad Ishaq apprised the meeting on problems of sub-engineers and it was decided that a union delegation would soon meet MD Wasa to apprise him of
their problems and seek his personal attention to get them solved.