Informed of or reflecting the latest information or changes: an up-to-date timetable. (adjective)
Being in accord with the latest ideas, improvements, or styles: up-to-date technology; up-to-date fashions. (adjective)
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Use "up-to-date" in a sentence
"For the most up-to-date treatment of the God gap, see Corwin Smidt et al., The Disappearing God Gap?"
"Far and wide, up-to-date individuals of the late twentieth century tapped into an unmistakable energy, at once edgy and perpetually youthful, that came packaged with an American look—another big Global English word."
"You don't need a constitution to keep things up-to-date."