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  1. Ksunya's Avatar

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    Smile up-to-the-minute

    Hey!! Happy New Year!
    Can you help me? What's the translation of the adjective up-to-the-minute?
    Thanks in advance.

  2. rewboss's Avatar

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    Re: up-to-the-minute

    An up-to-the-minute report, for example, is one that contains all the latest facts.

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