bring up-to-date


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bring (someone or something) up to date

To share or incorporate the most current information about someone or something. Bring me up to date on these candidates for the job. This schedule doesn't include the latest changes—can you bring it up to date?
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bring someone or something up-to-date

to modernize someone or something. We brought the room up-to-date with a little paint and some modern furniture. I can bring you up-to-date with a new hairdo.
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bring someone up-to-date (on someone or something)

to inform someone of the latest information about something. Let me bring you up-to-date on what is happening in the village. Please bring me up-to-date.
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This volume is part of a series called "Crusader Worlds," intended to bring up-to-date scholarship to a wide reading public.
But Mr Justice Hedley gave Darren Wyatt and his wife Debbie from Portsmouth, permission to bring up-to-date expert evidence to court.
How long ago was it that the infamous SFA 'think tank' was first mooted, a meeting of soccer minds which would radicalise, transform, shake up, clear out, bring up-to-date Scottish football at all levels?
Multimedia technology enables Encarta '95, Microsoft's best-selling multimedia encyclopedia, to bring up-to-date information to users faster than any other reference source available, according to Ann Penner, a Microsoft Encarta editor.
As local banks labor to bring up-to-date technology to the remote, smaller communities of Utah and surrounding states, Hrinko hopes to see his affordable service available in Utah within the next year or so.
"We have ambitious plans to bring up-to-date web design, mapping and social media to the project.
But Mr Justice Hedley gave Darren Wyatt and his wife Debbie, originally from Birmingham, permission to bring up-to-date expert evidence to court.