put in the picture

put in the picture
(smb) - tell someone what the situation is

They have finally decided to put me in the picture about the new work procedures.


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  • put in the picture — Give all the relevant information • • • Main Entry: ↑picture …   Useful english dictionary

  • put in the picture — put (someone) in the picture to explain to someone what is happening. Jim had no idea what was going on until I put him in the picture …   New idioms dictionary

  • put in the picture —    If you give somebody all the information necessary to enable them to fully understand a situation, you put them in the picture.     Some changes were made during your absence. Let me put you in the picture …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • put in the picture — please come in and sit down, and we ll put you in the picture Syn: inform, fill in, explain the situation/circumstances to, bring up to date, update, brief, keep posted, clue in, bring up to speed …   Thesaurus of popular words

  • put in the picture —  Inform. Bring (person) up to date …   A concise dictionary of English slang

  • put you in the picture — If you put someone in the picture, you tell them the information they need to know about something …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • put somebody in the picture — put/keep sb in the ˈpicture idiom (informal) to give sb the information they need in order to understand a situation • Just to put you in the picture there have been a number of changes here recently. Main entry: ↑pictureidiom …   Useful english dictionary

  • put someone in the picture — put (someone) in the picture to explain to someone what is happening. Jim had no idea what was going on until I put him in the picture …   New idioms dictionary

  • be in the picture — to know; to have information (note: to put in the picture means to give information; to keep in the picture means to keep informed) …   Idioms and examples

  • put someone in the picture — INFORM, fill in, explain the situation/circumstances to, bring up to date, update, brief, keep posted; informal clue in, bring up to speed. → picture * * * put someone in the picture british informal phrase to give someone the information that… …   Useful english dictionary

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