[uhp-tuh-deyt] /ˈʌp təˈdeɪt/
(of persons, buildings, etc.) keeping up with the times, as in outlook, information, ideas, appearance, or style.
in accordance with the latest or newest ideas, standards, techniques, styles, etc.; modern.
extending to the present time; current; including the latest information or facts:
an up-to-date report.
1868, “right to the present time,” from phrase up to date, probably originally from bookkeeping. Meaning “having the latest facts” is recorded from 1889; that of “having current styles and tastes” is from 1891.
- Most wanted
noun, adjective someone or something most sought after, esp. as a criminal suspect; pertaining to a person or thing most desired or sought after Examples There are television shows now which feature stories on the most wanted.
noun 1. an actual or supposed listing of the names of persons who are urgently being sought for a specific reason, as apprehension for an alleged crime.
[wosp] /wɒsp/ Sometimes Disparaging and Offensive. noun 1. a white Anglo-Saxon Protestant. 2. a member of the privileged, established white upper middle class in the U.S. adjective 3. . /wɒsp/ noun 1. any social hymenopterous insect of the family Vespidae, esp Vespula vulgaris (common wasp), typically having a black-and-yellow body and an ovipositor specialized for […]
- Most well studied
[stuhd-eed] /ˈstʌd id/ adjective 1. marked by or suggestive of conscious effort; not spontaneous or natural; affected: studied simplicity. 2. carefully deliberated: a studied approval. 3. . /ˈstʌdɪd/ adjective 1. carefully practised, designed, or premeditated: a studied reply 2. an archaic word for learned