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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishstate-of-the-artˌstate-of-the-ˈart adjective  MODERNusing the most modern and recently developed methods, materials, or knowledge state-of-the-art technology His new laptop is state-of-the-art.see thesaurus at advanced, modern
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state-of-the-artEverything about the book's packaging proclaims that it is state-of-the-art, all happening now.You don't climb aboard a Rolls or Bentley today expecting state-of-the-art answers.His state-of-the-art audio-visual was stunning, and he already has the book of the film of the climbs in print.The movie was made with state-of-the-art computer graphics.state-of-the-art electronicsIt did what my own laptop couldn't do-played state-of-the-art games such as Half-Life and Unreal Tournament satisfactorily.Students undertake laboratory and design office work, use state-of-the-art mainframe and microcomputers and attend a surveying field course.Other rumours doing the rounds have Next preparing to announce staff layoffs and contemplating the closure of its state-of-the-art manufacturing plant.One hundred minutes of increasingly state-of-the-art promos.The new phone system uses state-of-the-art technology.
From Longman Business Dictionarystate-of-the-artˌstate-of-the-ˈart adjective using the most modern and recently developed methods, materials, or knowledgestate-of-the-art technologystate-of-the-art manufacturing methods
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