| - Tim Lake |
“Update” is a verb and a noun with the same meaning. Let’s find out and have a look at some examples.
The verb “update” means to make something more modern or up to date.
+ I want to update you on the latest sales figures.
+ The computer OS was updated to the latest version.
+ She updated me on all her news.
+ It is time to update your wardrobe. You are so out of fashion!
+ We have got to update our equipment to remain competitive.
+ I will update the website with the latest information.
The adjective form “updated” is often used too.
+ An updated list of club members.
The meaning of the noun “update” comes from the verb and means the act of updating someone or something, or an updated version of something.
+ I`ll give you an update on the campaign tomorrow.
+ There are software updates available for your computer.
+ He is demanding daily updates on our progress.
+ Everything is running better since we made the updates.
+ The latest update provides a host of new features.
The pronunciation is / ʌpˈdeɪt /.
This word is in the New General Service List, a list of the 3,000 most common words in English communication. You can get the full list on our website by clicking here.
この単語は、英語で最もよく使われる3,000の単語のリストであるNew General Service Listからのものです。完全なリストはこちらから。