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keep (one) posted

To continue to inform someone about something so that they have current information. Congratulations on getting that interview! Keep me posted on how it goes! Right now, her condition is stable. We promise to keep you posted as she improves.
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keep someone posted

Fig. to keep someone informed (of what is happening); to keep someone up to date. If the price of corn goes up, I need to know. Please keep me posted. Keep her posted about the patient's status.
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keep posted

Supply with up-to-date information, as in Keep me posted about your new job. This usage alludes to the accounting practice of posting the latest figures in a ledger. [Early 1800s]
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keep someone posted

COMMON If you keep someone posted, you continue giving them the latest information about a situation. She made me promise to keep her posted on developments. I'll keep you posted with what's happening.
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keep someone posted

keep someone informed of the latest developments.
Posted-up was a mid 19th-century Americanism meaning ‘well informed’.
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keep somebody ˈposted (on/of/about something)

(informal) keep somebody informed: There’s no news at the moment, but I’ll keep you posted.He said he’d keep me posted of his movements.
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But we're not taking anything for granted, we've heard good things about Ballynagross, we have a lot of friends at Lower Shankill and Ballysillan and they've been keeping us posted about what they are like so we know their strengths and we know they are dangerous, a good team.
They provided us quick consular measures and are keeping us posted on the steps they are initiating.
At season's end, it's not unusual to hear him give us the play-by-play of three games at once, while keeping us posted on which team is vying for what position in the standings for the playoffs, which is exactly what he did during the last three days of the season.
The people around Rutland Street and James's Street have been brilliant at rallying around and offering support and the gardai have to be thanked for their work and keeping us posted at all times.
She doesn't understand the importance of keeping us posted about what's going on in her department,'' Schillo said.