English version

move with the times

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmove with the timesmove with the timesCHANGE FROM ONE THING TO ANOTHERto change the way you think and behave, as society changes If the resorts want to keep attracting tourists, they need to move with the times. move
Examples from the Corpus
move with the timesBut even Rolls-Royce must be seen to be moving with the times.Hugh Puddephat, she discovered, had certainly moved with the times.Male speaker We've got to move with the times.Still, I suppose we must move with the times.They haven't moved with the times, and nor, perhaps, could they.Mrs Bottomley told them the health service had to move with the times and some closures were inevitable.Nowadays, he said, prisons had moved with the times like everything else.You move with the times, or you fail, in this business.
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