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    #1

    Keep smb in the picture

    Hi,

    What's the meaning of this idiom?

    Thanks
    Last edited by gh1jk; 16-Jun-2011 at 23:44.

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    Re: Keep smb in the picture

    To keep somebody informed about what's going on.

    Please take the trouble to type somebody in full.

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    Re: Keep smb in the picture

    Quote Originally Posted by Rover_KE View Post
    To keep somebody informed about what's going on.

    Please take the trouble to type somebody in full.

    Rover
    Thanks Rover. I would correct, but I can't see that option.

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    #4

    Re: Keep smb in the picture

    Quote Originally Posted by gh1jk View Post
    Thanks Rover. I would correct, but I can't see that option.
    Just remember it for the future. You can't edit the title of a post so for now your "smb" will have to stay in place.

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