keep up with the times


: to stay current : to change as conditions change

Examples of keep up with the times in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And unlike previous fighter generations, the F-35’s capabilities are expected to keep up with the times. Alex Hollings, Popular Mechanics, 22 June 2023 To effectively handle these trends, organisations must keep up with the times by embracing remote work and digital communication. Nathan Peart, Forbes, 21 Feb. 2023 Stylists have had to innovate to keep up with the times and the changing needs of their clients. Janelle Okwodu, Vogue, 12 Oct. 2020 The Second Amendment should have been amended to keep up with the times. Rich Logis, The New Republic, 19 Apr. 2023 Even a business that connects executives, like mine, can always change, add new tools and keep up with the times in order to do our job better and grow. Martin Rowinski, Forbes, 27 Dec. 2021 The show is coming back to TV nearly a decade after its first run, with a bigger per-episode budget but similar anxieties about trying to keep up with the times. Jackson McHenry, Vulture, 8 July 2021 To keep up with the times, the Enclave's standard Apple CarPlay and Android Auto can now operate wirelessly. Drew Dorian, Car and Driver, 3 June 2021 But with the speed of technology today, boards can (and advisory boards should) step in to actively help a company keep up with the times and stay on top of an industry. Martin Rowinski, Forbes, 29 June 2022 See More

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“Keep up with the times.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 9 Dec. 2023.

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