be up-to-date

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This phrase may also be spelled “be up to date."
be up-to-date(
An intransitive verb phrase is a phrase that combines a verb with a preposition or other particle and does not require a direct object (e.g. Everybody please stand up.).
intransitive verb phrase
1. (to have the latest information)
a. estar al día
The baby's shots are up-to-date.Las inyecciones del bebé están al día.
b. estar actualizado
The computer is up-to-date but is running slowly.La computadora está actualizada pero está funcionando lentamente.
2. (to be on time)
a. estar al día
Lucas was up-to-date with his work.Lucas estaba al día con su trabajo.
b. estar corriente
The tenant paid $400 today, and her account is up-to-date.La inquilina pagó $400 hoy, y su cuenta está corriente.
3. (be modern)
a. ser moderno
Tourists love to stay at hotels that are up-to-date and boast the best amenities.A los turistas les encanta quedarse en hotels que son modernos y cuentan con las mejores comodidades.
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