up-to-dateness


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Related to up-to-dateness: recentness, currentness
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Synonyms for up-to-dateness

the property of belonging to the present time

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It is expedient to estimate each type of asset, its' level of development and utilization by two characteristics: state (presence of an assets, up-to-dateness); level of utilization (quantity, employees' equipment, etc.).
The players' activity during the official full-sized competitions (final tournaments of the European and World Championships or of the Olympic Games) offers up-to-dateness information to the specialists, say I.
It is a report on the current stage of an on-going process, and its up-to-dateness, enriched by the perspectives of an accomplished historian, is one of its most impressive features.
'Neither the demands of the European Central Bank in terms of coverage, up-to-dateness and harmonisation, nor the Commission's demands for structural data have been satisfied'.
There is a down side to up-to-dateness: Google is, along with images of the rest of the surface of our planet, running satellite pictures of every military installation on earth.
But Eliot's charge that the nineteenth century was not modern enough is only superficially an argument about up-to-dateness. After all, the lodestars of his criticism are poets of the fourteenth and seventeenth centuries; in his Clark lectures, published as The Varieties of Metaphysical Poetry, he drew a plumbline from Dante through Donne to Laforgue and, by implication, himself.
The fascination of the "grown-up" dollies lay chiefly in their extreme up-to-dateness and modern girl nattiness.