Definition of move with the times in English:

move with the times

Keep abreast of current thinking or developments: resorts need to move with the times by providing clean beaches and modernized hotels
More example sentences
  • In order to retain its vigour modern football must move with the times, keep in tune with what current fans want and consider strategies that will attract new fans.
  • Whatever sport or business you are in, it's important to keep moving with the times.
  • It is a juggling act trying to keep the long-term clientele happy by offering personal service and quality brands, while moving with the times and attracting new customers.
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