Idiom:  up to the minute


Idiom:  up to the minute / up-to-the-minute

  • the most recent or latest information or developments

Note:  We hyphenate up-to-the-minute when used before nouns.

Example sentences

— At Channel 5 news, we deliver our news reports to you up to the minute to help you stay informed with the latest information.

— Check the leader board for up-to-the-minute results in the tournament.

— This app will keep you up to the minute regarding traffic conditions.

— I really love this delivery service. You can sign up for up-to-the-minute alerts on your deliveries.

— Our director wants me to be up to the minute on legislative changes but I also have other job duties.

— Shouldn't doctors be up to the minute on pharmaceutical options within their practice specialty? 

— We stay up to the minute on travel warnings when we're abroad. Our embassy sends us alerts and we scan the news daily.

— This security system remains up to the minute, working to protect all of your devices around the clock.

— Ask Cheryl. She stays up to the minute on anything related to celebrities.

— FiveThirtyEight's polling information is up to the minute.

— If you want the up-to-the-minute sporting scores, I recommend Flash Score.


  • up to date

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