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up-to-date

or up to date

[ uhp-tuh-deyt ]
/ ˈʌp təˈdeɪt /
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adjective
in accordance with or reflecting the latest or newest ideas, standards, techniques, styles, etc.; modern: Our professors are all practicing scientists and teach lectures in the context of up-to-date methodology.
extending to the present time; including the latest information or facts; current: Your lender can provide an up-to-date report on the amount you owe on your home loan.
(of people) keeping up with the times, as in outlook, information, ideas, appearance, or style.
adverb
in accordance with or abreast of the latest or newest ideas, standards, styles, etc.:If you're returning to the workforce after an extended absence, show how you've kept up-to-date with changes in your industry.
right up to the present time; so as to include the latest information or facts: The goal was to bring us up to date on many types of treatments that have some clinical benefit to patients.
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Origin of up-to-date

First recorded in 1865–70

OTHER WORDS FROM up-to-date

up-to-date·ness, noun
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British Dictionary definitions for up-to-date

up-to-date

adjective
  1. modern, current, or fashionablean up-to-date magazine
  2. (predicative)the magazine is up to date

Derived forms of up-to-date

up-to-dately, adverbup-to-dateness, noun
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Other Idioms and Phrases with up-to-date

up to date

see bring up to date.

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