Translation of up-to-date in Spanish:

up-to-date

al día, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌʌptəˈdeɪt/

adjective

  • 1

    (information/figures/report) al día
    (figures/report/information) actualizado
    to be up to date (with sth) estar al día / al corriente (de algo)
    • he brought us up to date on the situation nos puso al día acerca de la situación
    • to keep sb/oneself up to date (with/on sth) mantener a algn/mantenerse al corriente / al tanto (de algo)
    • We will still attend fires and every new firefighter will have the best modern up-to-date training.
    • Most of us struggle to remain as up-to-date as we can with current medical literature.
    • They will look for reliable, independent and up-to-date comparative information on the courses available.
    • The professional has to keep up-to-date with new advancements through continued medical education.
    • But how could they really know that our information was accurate and up-to-date?
    • The text is up-to-date and includes an analysis of current transfusion practices.
    • To get this right, we must have access to accurate and up-to-date information from individuals and employers alike.
    • Why should a celebrity and pop culture site be the best place to go for up-to-date current affairs news?
    • It will be good to see Dr. Dawkins again, and to bring him up-to-date with my recent adventures.
    • People develop, their tastes change, their need for clear correct and up-to-date information increases.
    • The present writer has been unable to locate more up-to-date comparable figures.
    • We want to give them easy access to accurate, up-to-date information about crimes and this site does that.
    • They don't want to rely on the morning paper for their up-to-date information.
    • It is an incredible hassle keeping your machine up-to-date with the latest software patches and security fixes.
    • Have you been kept up-to-date during your period of suspension with the various developments as they have occurred?
    • A number of words in frequent and current use have been incorporated making the list up-to-date.
    • Second, get up-to-date information before you head out into the mountains.
    • All librarians know information from magazines is more up-to-date than information from books which become out of date in a year or so.
    • Both councils and the Government are criticised for not having enough up-to-date information on the state of school budgets.
    • All applicants will be contacted in the near future with more up-to-date information.