up to the minute(redirected from bring something up to the minute)
up to the minute
Describing something that is as current as is possible. The phrase is sometimes hyphenated when used as a modifier before a noun. Which news station do you think will have the most up-to-the-minute news on the hurricane? I'm trying to find out more about the hurricane. Which news station do you think will be up to the minute?
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*up to the minute
Fig. current. (*Typically: be ~; bring something ~.) This report is up to the minute and fresh from the wire services.
the very latest or most recent. I want to hear some up-to-the-minute news on the hostage situation. I just got an up-to-the-minute report on Tom's health.
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ˌup to the ˈminute(informal)
1 fashionable and modern: She’s a tremendous follower of fashion. Everything she wears is up to the minute.
2 having the most recent information: Our reporters will keep you up to the minute with the latest developments in Florida. OPPOSITE: out of date
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