What is the meaning of uptodate?

What is the meaning of uptodate?

1 : extending up to the present time : including the latest information up-to-date maps. 2 : abreast of the times : modern up-to-date methods.

How do you use up to date in a sentence?

Examples of ‘up to date’ in a sentence up to date

  1. In the meantime you can get up to date on last night’s report.
  2. Using the safe house he met with Pamela again, instructing her to bring Abramov up to date with recent developments.

What is the correct spelling of up to date?

Up-to-date is an adjective phrase that is used as a synonym for current. Something that is up-to-date contains the most recent information available. See the sentences below for examples, The new edition of Kate’s book has the most up-to-date information available on the science of horse nutrition.

Is it day to day or day to day?

occurring each day; daily: day-to-day chores; day-to-day worries. concerned only with immediate needs or desires without preparation for the future.

How do you use this day?

: up to now : even now : continuing until today To this day, I still don’t know what happened. The belief persists to this day.

What does this day means?

In other words, the D in D-Day merely stands for Day. This coded designation was used for the day of any important invasion or military operation. Brigadier General Schultz reminds us that the invasion of Normandy on June 6, 1944 was not the only D-Day of World War II.

What can I say instead of this day?

What is another word for to this day?

until now even now
up to the present time up to this time

Where do we use as now?

As of now means from this time forward or at this moment….Examples:

  • As of now, dogs are not allowed in the house. (
  • No talking – as of now! (
  • As of now, John is fired from his job.
  • As of now, we will use the new rules. (

What is as of right?

Prepositional phrase as of right. (law) by virtue of an entitlement or authority which arises from certain legal conditions or circumstances; by operation of law. To acquire a right of way by long use, a claimant must show use as of right, peaceably, openly and without permission. He may appeal the ruling as of right.

How do you use correct and correctly?

Correctly is an adverb and modifies the verb (say). Correct is a adjective and modifies the object (anything).

What is the correct thing you heard?

3 Answers. Correct is an adjective and correctly is an adverb. In Standard English, but not necessarily in other varieties of the language, verbs are modified by adverbs, so You heard it correctly is grammatical in Standard English and You heard it correct is not.

Is heared correct?

The past tense and past participle for hear is ‘heard’. Traditionally, heard has been accepted as the correct past tense and part participle for the verb hear. However, people now-a-days, seem to use ‘heared’ which is a nonstandard past participle of hear. But, heared is very uncommon and is rarely used.

What is the correct form of hear?

Conjugation of verb ‘Hear’

Base Form (Infinitive): To Hear
Past Simple: Heard
Past Participle: Heard
3rd Person Singular: Hears
Present Participle/Gerund: Hearing

Is Hitted a word?

(nonstandard) Simple past tense and past participle of hit.

Is Hitted a Scrabble word?

No, hitted is not in the scrabble dictionary.

Is JITS a valid Scrabble word?

No, jits is not in the scrabble dictionary.

What does Hits stand for?


Acronym Definition
HITS High Intensity Transient Signals (transcranial Doppler)
HITS Head-end in the Sky
HITS Homicide Investigation Tracking System
HITS Horses in the Sun