keep pace with sth

keep pace with sth
keep pace with sb/sth
to manage to do things at the same time or speed as someone else, or as quickly as necessary: »

They simply can't keep pace with the competition.

»

We need to keep pace with the latest IT developments.

Main Entry: pace

Financial and business terms. 2012.

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  • keep up with sth — Ⅰ. UK US keep up (with sb/sth) Phrasal Verb with keep({{}}/kiːp/ verb (kept, kept) ► to do something or move at an acceptable rate, or at the same rate as someone or something else: »It s a fast pace, and you ll have to work hard to keep up.… …   Financial and business terms

  • keep pace (with somebody) — keep ˈpace (with sb/sth) idiom to move, increase, change, etc. at the same speed as sb/sth • She found it hard to keep pace with him as he strode off. • Until now, wage increases have always kept pace with inflation. • The company is struggling… …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep pace (with something) — keep ˈpace (with sb/sth) idiom to move, increase, change, etc. at the same speed as sb/sth • She found it hard to keep pace with him as he strode off. • Until now, wage increases have always kept pace with inflation. • The company is struggling… …   Useful english dictionary

  • keep pace with sb/sth — ► to manage to do things at the same time or speed as someone else, or as quickly as necessary: »They simply can t keep pace with the competition. »We need to keep pace with the latest IT developments. Main Entry: ↑pace …   Financial and business terms

  • keep pace with sb — keep pace with sb/sth ► to manage to do things at the same time or speed as someone else, or as quickly as necessary: »They simply can t keep pace with the competition. »We need to keep pace with the latest IT developments. Main Entry: ↑pace …   Financial and business terms

  • keep up with sb/sth — Ⅰ. UK US keep up (with sb/sth) Phrasal Verb with keep({{}}/kiːp/ verb (kept, kept) ► to do something or move at an acceptable rate, or at the same rate as someone or something else: »It s a fast pace, and you ll have to work hard to keep up.… …   Financial and business terms

  • keep up with sb — Ⅰ. UK US keep up (with sb/sth) Phrasal Verb with keep({{}}/kiːp/ verb (kept, kept) ► to do something or move at an acceptable rate, or at the same rate as someone or something else: »It s a fast pace, and you ll have to work hard to keep up.… …   Financial and business terms

  • pace — [peɪs] noun [singular] 1. the rate or speed at which something happens: • The average price of a new car began to soar at a faster pace than household incomes. 2. keep pace (with) to change at the same rate as someone or something else: • Next… …   Financial and business terms

  • pace — pace1 W3 [peıs] n ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ 1¦(speed of events/changes)¦ 2¦(walk/run)¦ 3¦(step)¦ 4 keep pace (with something/somebody) 5 go through your paces 6 put somebody/something through their paces 7 set the pace 8 force the pace 9 be able to stand the pace… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • pace*/ — [peɪs] noun I 1) [singular/U] the speed at which something happens or is done The pace of technological change increased steadily during the 20th century.[/ex] The course allows students to progress at their own pace.[/ex] 2) [singular/U] the… …   Dictionary for writing and speaking English

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