up-to-date

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*up-to-date

modern or contemporary. (*Typically: be ~; get ~.) Is the room up-to-date, or is it standard? Your knowledge is not really up-to-date on this matter.

up-to-date

modern; up to the current standards of fashion; having the most current information. I'd like to see a more up-to-date report on Mr. Smith. This is not an up-to-date record of the construction project.
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One also cannot escape the up-to-dateness of the present historical context: we are living through a new type of German Grunderjahre.
By providing regular updates, we are taking care of achieving high compatibility, up-to-dateness, stability and liability of our software.
Built to demonstrate the importance of the decency and up-to-dateness of Modernity for newly independent Finland, the library was a showpiece of the new civilization.
Buyers and sellers rank Web listings higher than print ads on every category measured, with 83% preferring Internet sources for up-to-dateness, 66% for the speed of locating aircraft of interest, 63% for the ability to ensure that a desirable aircraft will not be overlooked, 63% for the ability to assist in purchasing decisions, 60% for the breadth of selection, and 58% for ease of use.
The rating criteria are based on completeness of content, organization of the resource, up-to-dateness and ease of access to the site itself; and the site evaluations are assisted by The McKinley Editorial Advisory board, whose members are renowned authorities in their fields.