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up-to-date

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishup-to-dateˌup-to-ˈdate, up to date ●●○ adjective  1 RECENTLYincluding all the latest information opp out-of-dateup-to-date information/data/figures/news etc They have access to up-to-date information through a computer database.keep/bring somebody up to date (=to give someone all the newest information about something) Our magazine will keep you up to date with fashion.2 MODERNmodern or fashionable opp out-of-dateup-to-date equipment/facilities/technology etc up-to-date kitchen equipmentkeep/bring something up to date (=to make something more modern) The old system should be brought up to date.see thesaurus at modern
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up-to-dateThis understanding needs to be informed, up-to-date and backed by first-hand experience, not based on hearsay or second-hand impressions.This book is the most up-to-date and comprehensive volume on the whole region.The hospital has the most up-to-date equipment in Europe.a more up-to-date hairstyleThe Dogon were almost certainly visited late in the nineteenth century by missionaries who were up-to-date in terms of modern science.Foreign embassies or consulates in the United States can provide up-to-date information on their countries.Your own doctor or nearest family planning clinic will be able to give you up-to-date information on this.There are excellent review articles in, for example, Advances in Polymer Science, which provide up-to-date information.Is this map up-to-date? It doesn't seem to show the new road.Find out about computers before you buy one by reading everything up-to-date that you can get your hands on.up-to-date training methodsup-to-date travel informationOur super results and fixtures service will keep you up-to-date with all the action.up-to-date information/data/figures/news etcFull and part-time courses are continually running so call for up-to-date information.The government may change the grants available, so it is essential to obtain up-to-date information.There are excellent review articles in, for example, Advances in Polymer Science, which provide up-to-date information.Mute Swans are fairly widely distributed breeding birds in Sussex, but little up-to-date information about numbers is available.The ward sister has up-to-date information, for example, the social worker's reports or changes in treatment.Your own doctor or nearest family planning clinic will be able to give you up-to-date information on this.The most up-to-date figures present a less black picture than was thought to be the case at the time.Whatever the method, it is vital to keep accurate, up-to-date figures so that the retailer can maintain the ideal stock level.up-to-date equipment/facilities/technology etcInside is yet more up-to-date technology.Nevertheless, up-to-date facilities for inmates should also help staff.
From Longman Business Dictionaryup-to-dateˌup-to-ˈdate (also up to date) adjective1modern or fashionablethe most up-to-date equipmentThere is a $400 million investment program to bring the company’s plants up-to-date.2including all the newest informationThe database includes up-to-date information on 50 key industries.Our clients are always kept up to date on (=told the latest information about) costs.
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