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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishup-to-the-minuteˌup-to-the-ˈminute adjective  1 RECENTLYincluding all the latest information The general lacked up-to-the-minute information at the crucial moment.2 MODERNvery modern or fashionable beach resorts packed with up-to-the-minute facilities and entertainment
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up-to-the-minuteHave they taken a step back in time, or are the programs they have available up-to-the-minute?State-of-the-art visual equipment complements our extensive facilities, with up-to-the-minute computer links available in two of the lecture theatres.up-to-the-minute financial informationStirling would have to do without up-to-the-minute intelligence of the target area.A computer link with Wall Street gives traders up-to-the-minute market data worldwide.You can not break into existing well-loved programmes to deliver up-to-the-minute news.Visit www.sportsfanatic.com for up-to-the-minute results and sports news.up-to-the-minute informationNapoleon lacked up-to-the-minute information at the crucial moment; he didn't know what Bluücher was doing.
From Longman Business Dictionaryup-to-the-minuteˌup-to-the-ˈminute adjective including all the newest informationThe American Stock Exchange began providing up-to-the-minute information on six overseas stock indexes.
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