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up to speed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishup to speedup to speedhaving the latest information or knowledge about something Some school officials are only now getting up to speed regarding computers. John will bring you up to speed (=tell you the latest information). speed
Examples from the Corpus
bring ... up to speedIt took the company a year to bring them up to speed.To bring consumers up to speed, telephone companies are revving up education campaigns.
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