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  • adj. Fully informed; current.
  • adv. Fully informed; current.


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  • After unloading his treasure, he cracked open three beers and joined us on the deck, where we brought him up to speed on Pauline's latest discoveries about Barry Neubauer.

    The Beach House

  • He was a fair supervisor who kept himself up to speed on all the cases the VCU was investigating, and he dispensed advice when asked for it.


  • Despite the apparent peace of the Caribbean, those of us flying in AirLant knew that the Soviets and East Germans were bringing Cuban pilots up to speed in MiG-17s and, later, in MiG-21s.

    On Yankee Station

  • That will help get you up to speed so that you can comfortably start the twelve-week regimen at the beginning level without fear of injury or overexertion.

    The Life You Want

  • When I could wait no longer, I called the element and brought them up to speed on my results so far.

    Thud Ridge


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