- extending to the present moment, as information, facts, or style: an up-to-the-minute news report.
Origin of up-to-the-minute
First recorded in 1910–15
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Examples from the Web for up-to-the-minute
Waze is a GPS-like smartphone app that provides drivers with up-to-the-minute, real-time updates on road conditions.The Airbnb of Home-Cooked Meals
November 3, 2014
Eager for up-to-the-minute election results without the bloviations of talking (or typing) heads?The Star-Crossed Hamlet
October 10, 2008
In an hour the boys had fully comprehended all the new features of this up-to-the-minute machine.Our Young Aeroplane Scouts in Germany
Mr. Grayson is an accomplished writer of up-to-the-minute juvenile stories which are eagerly read by modern American lads.Frank Merriwell's Return to Yale
Burt L. Standish
It kept in up-to-the-minute running order the 1,500 motor vehicles of the army corps which occupied the front 20 miles before us.
Such a mother will go without new gloves and up-to-the-minute costumes while her son is being educated.Revisiting the Earth
James Langdon Hill
Write a letter to a friend telling him you have been offered the agency for the Up-to-the-minute car.Business English