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    1. modern, current, or fashionable   ⇒ an up-to-date magazine
    2. (predicative)   ⇒ the magazine is up to date

Derived Forms

ˈup-to-ˈdately adverb
ˈup-to-ˈdateness noun

Example Sentences Including 'up-to-date'

Contrary to popular belief Yoko was not nearly as up-to-date as her Aquarian Sun might suggest.
Stone, Pauline Relationships, Astrology, and Karma
He emphasised the necessity which existed in all these institutions for wise, up-to-date administration.
Glasgow Herald (2001)
It took longer than I'd expected because there was no way Chambers ' had up-to-date computer programmes.
Anita Anderson SOMEBODY (2002)
Rescuers were disappointed the men did not seek local and up-to-date advice before taking a route considered dangerous.
New Zealand Herald (2003)
SURVEY FEE - Your lender may require an up-to-date survey of the property.
Edmonton Sun (2003)
That's a whole story in itself, and not for these pages, but now you're up-to-date on Friday night's developments.
Goldsborough, Robert Murder in E Minor
The Ethical Consumer is an organisation that provides up-to-date info on the involvement of organisations in shady dealings (www.
New Scientist (1999)
`Wanted to bring you up-to-date on the Becker case," said the detective.
Tapply, William G A Rodent of Doubt


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