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Incorporating the very latest information or developments.‘it is fitted with up-to-the-minute security devices’
latest, newest, up to date, modern, fashionable, smart, chic, stylish, all the rage, in vogue, trendsetting, ultra-modern, modish, voguishView synonyms
- ‘Our troops rely heavily on us for up-to-the-minute news and round the clock programmes made especially for them, many of which carry messages from their friends and families back home.’
- ‘Always keep an eye to up-to-the-minute trends for a modern statement.’
- ‘The jacket is up-to-the-minute trendy and not suited for everyone.’
- ‘A team of experienced reporters and cameramen will be in charge of chasing up-to-the-minute news stories.’
- ‘Never ceasing to live up to this standard, the university continues to promote interactive and up-to-the-minute technological information.’
- ‘We set out to find a way of creating a knowledge source in an integrated but unobtrusive way, bringing everybody easy, relevant and up-to-the-minute information.’
- ‘This engaging site is rife with news briefs, special reports, and up-to-the-minute news bulletins on information technology issues.’
- ‘On the site you will find up-to-the-minute news, squad information, fixtures and lots more.’
- ‘This will have a map, some up-to-the-minute information on events, and tips on restaurants and entertainment.’
- ‘One would be wise to get up-to-the-minute information from one's doctor.’
- ‘He turned to professionals for medical guidance, advice on helicopter flying in poor conditions and up-to-the-minute information on mountain rescue and procedure.’
- ‘Each team member will have instantaneous access to up-to-the-minute information about the project and the materials.’
- ‘In this way, up-to-the-minute information could be widely disseminated even during the most severe weather.’
- ‘We fully realise the importance of keeping people informed with the up-to-the-minute information.’
- ‘This up-to-the-minute information, presented in such a user-friendly format, can be a very powerful tool.’
- ‘Have they agreed, based on up-to-the-minute information that you're getting right now?’
- ‘It will ensure retailers are given up-to-the-minute information about criminals' activities.’
- ‘It also gives advice country by country with up-to-the-minute information about the latest risks to safety including volatile political situations.’
- ‘It is the first phase of a process that will see up-to-the-minute information for local communities made accessible through the Internet.’
- ‘Travellers were last night being advised to seek up-to-the-minute information from airlines, but there was little comfort on offer.’
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