Idiom:  bring someone up to date 

Definition

Idiom:  bring someone up to date

  • to give someone the most recent information about something.


Example sentences

  • If you have time later I’ll bring you up to date about the project.
  • Can someone bring me up to date on what's been happening in the news? I've been on vacation and haven't read the newspaper for the past two weeks. 
  • We've got an appointment scheduled for Friday afternoon to bring the team up to date about the annual conference preparation. 
  • Can you ask the director to bring us up to date about the project funding next week?
  • The company's president just brought us up to date on our salary negotiations and we're confident we'll get a significant raise next year.
  • Had our travel agent brought us up to date about airfare discounts sooner, we could have traveled to Asia in December.
  • Hi Bob, it's Cheryl. I need to bring you up to date on the basement renovations, so please give me a call at your earliest convenience.
  • The purpose of our weekly staff meeting is for the team to bring each other up to date about what they're working on at the moment.
  • What a relief. Our wedding planner brought us up to date about the reception and she was able to book our event at the historic Waverly Manor.


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