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See also: uptodate and up to date
- up to date (after the noun), uptodate
up-to-date (comparative more up-to-date, superlative most up-to-date)
- (before the noun, idiomatic) Current; recent; the latest.
- Use an up-to-date text for your source.
- 2018, James Lambert, “Anglo-Indian slang in dictionaries on historical principles”, in World Englishes, volume 37, page 248:
- Yet, in spite of this interest there has been little movement in the field of lexicography, so that Indian English has no up-to-date dictionaries to speak of, certainly nothing published in the twenty-first century.
- (idiomatic) Informed about the latest news or developments; abreast.
- I like to stay up-to-date about current affairs.
- (current): à la mode, fashionable
- (informed): apprised, abreast, informed
informed of the latest news
Borrowed from English up-to-date.
up-to-date (indeclinable, comparative mer up-to-date, superlative mest up-to-date)
- “up-to-date” in The Bokmål Dictionary.
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