Changing with the times - Idioms by The Free Dictionary
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change with the times
To modify or update one's behavior or beliefs to reflect what is current. Of course grandpa doesn't have a cell phone—he never wants to change with the times. That senator needs to change with the times and stop saying things that are wildly inappropriate in today's world.
keep up, move, etc. with the ˈtimes change in the same way as the rest of society changes: In business it’s important to keep up with the times. ♢ People’s tastes change with the times. OPPOSITE: be (stuck) in a time warp
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They also want to send a positive message to shareholders they are changing with the times
, she added.
We will continue to be industry innovators, changing with the times
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By changing with the times
, but not getting too far ahead of the pack.