American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- adj. Informed of or reflecting the latest information or changes: an up-to-date timetable.
- adj. Being in accord with the latest ideas, improvements, or styles: up-to-date technology; up-to-date fashions.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Extending to the present time; inclusive of or making use of the latest facts: as, an up-to-date account.
- adj. before the noun current; recent; the latest
- adj. before the noun, idiomatic informed about the latest news or developments
GNU Webster's 1913
- adj. Extending to the present time; having style, manners, knowledge, or other qualities that are abreast of the times.
- adj. reflecting the latest information or changes
- adj. in accord with the most fashionable ideas or style
“For the most up-to-date treatment of the God gap, see Corwin Smidt et al., The Disappearing God Gap?”
“Far and wide, up-to-date individuals of the late twentieth century tapped into an unmistakable energy, at once edgy and perpetually youthful, that came packaged with an American look—another big Global English word.”
“You don't need a constitution to keep things up-to-date.”
“Here, we have more up-to-date versions of your favorite characters in more real world setting.”
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“Jonkman says it's necessary to buy many of the up-to-date Snort signatures from Sourcefire, but Emerging Threats Pro has taken some of the older Snort signature rules that are more freely available and converted them to run on the Suricata IDS/IPS engine.”
“One of the most up-to-date places to get information is the Flu Wiki forum.”
“A helpful source of up-to-date information are the various RVing sites with area specific forums.”
“If you have more up-to-date information, I would love to know about it.”
“I consider myself to be much more up-to-date and responsible in what I discuss on these boards than the general run of folks who don't live in Mexico, folks who don't live in Michoacán, folks who depend on the foreign press for their news about Mexico, and folks who don't speak or read Spanish.”
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