Definition of up to date in English:

up to date

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adjective

1Incorporating the latest developments and trends: a modern, up-to-date hospital
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  • It's my fear of not being completely up-to-date with developments in contemporary popular music, at all times.
  • Fashion is constantly evolving and you must be up-to-date with every emerging trend.
  • They hope to draw in more bashful youngsters with modern features including up-to-date chart music and videos as well as animation.
Synonyms
modern, contemporary, the latest, up to the minute, recent, new, the newest, newfangled, new-fashioned, ultra-modern, fresh, current, prevalent, prevailing, present-day; fashionable, in fashion, in vogue, voguish, trendsetting; Frenchà la mode
informal bang up to date, in the swim, all the rage, trendy, with it, mod, cool, now, in, hip, big
1.1Incorporating or aware of the latest information: you’ll find full and up-to-date information on ski schools the book will keep you up to date
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  • Both councils and the Government are criticised for not having enough up-to-date information on the state of school budgets.
  • All librarians know information from magazines is more up-to-date than information from books which become out of date in a year or so.
  • Second, get up-to-date information before you head out into the mountains.
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Word of the day apposite
Pronunciation: ˈapəzɪt
adjective
apt in the circumstances or relation to something