up-to-date
adjective Date: 1887 1. extending up to the present time ; including the latest information <
up-to-date maps
>
2. abreast of the times ; modern <
up-to-date methods
>
up-to-dately adverbup-to-dateness noun

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • up-to-date — {adj.} Modern; contemporary; the latest that technology can offer. * / I want an up to date dictionary of American idioms, Mr. Lee said, that has all the latest Americanisms in it. / Contrast: STATE OF THE ART …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • up-to-date — {adj.} Modern; contemporary; the latest that technology can offer. * / I want an up to date dictionary of American idioms, Mr. Lee said, that has all the latest Americanisms in it. / Contrast: STATE OF THE ART …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • Up-to-date — a. Extending to the present time; having style, manners, knowledge, or other qualities that are abreast of the times. A general up to date style of presentment. Nature. Everything s up to date in Kansas City. I must prefer to translate the poet …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Up to Date — Infobox Album Name = Up to Date Type = studio Artist = The Partridge Family Released = 1971 Recorded = 1970 Genre = Pop Length = 31:34 Label = Bell Records Producer = Wes Farrell Reviews = Last album = The Partridge Family Album (1970) This album …   Wikipedia

  • up-to-the-minute — See: UP TO DATE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • up-to-the-minute — See: UP TO DATE …   Dictionary of American idioms

  • up-to-the-minute — up to the minute, a. being the most recent available; completely up to date especially, including information obtained within the past few minutes; as, up to the minute news. [PJC] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • up-to-dately — adverb see up to date …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • up-to-dateness — noun see up to date …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • Up to eleven — or these go to eleven is an idiom from popular culture which has come to refer to anything being exploited to its utmost abilities, or apparently exceeding them, such as a sound volume control. Similarly, the expression turning it up to eleven… …   Wikipedia

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