up to speed
phrasal operating at full effectiveness or potential

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • up to speed — ► if you are up to speed with a subject or activity, you have all the latest information necessary to understand or do something well: »A few days training on the new computer system will get you up to speed. »Before we start the meeting I m… …   Financial and business terms

  • up to speed — ► up to speed 1) operating at full speed or capacity. 2) fully informed or up to date. Main Entry: ↑speed …   English terms dictionary

  • up to speed — If you bring someone up to speed, you update them on something …   The small dictionary of idiomes

  • up to speed — phrasal 1. : operating at full effectiveness or potential 2. : informed * * * up to speed 1. At full or high speed 2. Fully informed • • • Main Entry: ↑speed up to speed …   Useful english dictionary

  • up to speed — 1. adjective Fully informed; current. Is Mary up to speed on the situation in KL. 2. adverb Fully informed; current. It may take the new hires a week or two to be brought up to speed on the system …   Wiktionary

  • up to speed — having the most recent information. It took a long time for the FBI to get up to speed on computer crime. We ll bring you up to speed on the day s top stories after this commercial break. Related vocabulary: stay abreast of something …   New idioms dictionary

  • up to speed — at normal speed, feeling healthy again    Tim s recovered from his surgery but he s not up to speed yet …   English idioms

  • up to speed — idi cvb a) operating at full or optimum speed b) functioning at an anticipated or competitive level: a new firm not yet up to speed[/ex] …   From formal English to slang

  • up to speed — informal having the latest information on a situation The board of directors will have to be brought up to speed on these new developments …   English dictionary

  • up to speed —    If you bring someone up to speed, you update them on something.   (Dorking School Dictionary) …   English Idioms & idiomatic expressions

  • Up to speed —   If you bring someone up to speed, you update them on something …   Dictionary of English idioms

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