to keep track
- keep informed of fully aware
"I keep track of the stock market developments"
- Keep track of everything that looks promising.
- I can't keep track of our family budget.
- I tried to keep track of his declaration.
- Some people keep a food diary to keep track of things they've eaten.
- How are air traffic controllers able to keep track of so many planes at once?
- I'm going to keep track of all the expenses on this trip.
- I've got better things to do than to keep track of what Tom's doing.
- I can't keep track of all the changes taking place in the world of AIDS research.
- The information systems of the SMP operator should keep track records of the handling of requests which should be available to the NRA.
- In particular, due to the availability of cheap dumped imports, customers opted for alternative sources of supply and the Community industry was not able to keep track.
- Also in addition to service level reports, NRAs should ensure that SMP operators keep track of all elements necessary to monitor compliance with the equivalence of access requirement.
- The management failed to keep track of any additional work done under contracts and consequently customers were not charged for it.
- The gains realised at that time were frozen since then and for the following years, with the obligation for the companies concerned to keep track of the misaligned values by specific documents to attach to the annual tax returns.
- It is important at this stage to support the political and economic reforms undertaken in this state and to keep the country well on track towards the European Union’s Stabilisation and Association process.
- The data collection system shall allow the undertakings to keep track of the explosives in such a way that those holding the explosives can be identified at any time.