One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
Keep abreast of current thinking or developments.
get up to date, move with the times, innovate, make alterations, make changesView synonyms
- ‘The club has evolved and has moved with the times.’
- ‘It was a good period in my life, and I'm glad to see the club has moved with the times.’
- ‘At 84 years Annie ensured she moved with the times and was always great at giving advice and listening.’
- ‘It is a juggling act trying to keep the long-term clientele happy by offering personal service and quality brands, while moving with the times and attracting new customers.’
- ‘Attitudes have changed and we need to move with the times.’
- ‘We have always moved with the times and are constantly evolving to keep up with all the new technology that is around.’
- ‘Whatever sport or business you are in, it's important to keep moving with the times.’
- ‘In order to retain its vigour modern football must move with the times, keep in tune with what current fans want and consider strategies that will attract new fans.’
- ‘And as for the exam system itself, it really hasn't moved with the times.’
- ‘We have got to be prepared to be flexible and move with the times.’
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