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    Smile up-to-date/cutting edge/edge cutting

    This is the most up-to-date/cutting edge/edge cutting computer that I could find.



    Do all of the underlined phrases fit in the above sample and mean about the same? Thanks.

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    Re: up-to-date/cutting edge/edge cutting

    Up to date and cutting edge are very similar but I think of cutting edge to mean the very latest while up to date means that it is the norm for the times. I have not seen "edge cutting" in use anyplace.

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    Re: up-to-date/cutting edge/edge cutting

    Thanks, Carl.
    Got it!

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