Idiom:  bring something up to date

Definition

Idiom:  bring something up to date

  • to make changes to something so that it includes the most recent information


Example sentences

  • Please add these new figures to the proposal to bring it up to date.
  • This information is so old, someone needs to revise the book and bring it up to date.
  • I thought John brought these figures up to date but I know for sure that this statistic is from last month.
  • Before you print out the new phone directory please make sure my assistant has brought it up to date.
  • Each year in August we need to bring our member profiles up to date and that will be a large part of the responsibilities of this position.
  • This price list was just brought up to date and as you can see, there has been a slight increase in many beverages due to rising milk prices. 
  • How long do you think it will take to bring the account ledger up to date?
  • First thing tomorrow I'll bring the agenda up to date with the recently confirmed speakers.
  • Please ask our IT supervisor to bring all the computers up to date with the latest software and antivirus protection.
  • My assistant's bringing the report up to date with the new survey results as we speak.


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