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    #1

    in loop with

    "Let me confirm the venue for the party and in loop with you."
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    1. What is the meaning of in loop with ?
    2. Shall I add a 'verb' before in loop with to complete the sentence in proper structure?

    Tks / ju

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    Re: in loop with

    'In the loop'. And it needs a verb - often 'keep' or 'be':

    'Keep me in the loop.'
    'She's not in the loop'


    The loop is a line of communication.

    b

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