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. . . up to speed

English Meaning 1

have / know all the information about something

English Example 1

“Are you up to speed on the Drewry account?”
“Yes I’ve got it covered”

English Meaning 2

to tell someone all the new information about something

English Example 2

“Sue here’s the paperwork, Jo will bring you up to speed with the latest developments ok?”

English Meaning 3

(same as Meaning 2)

English Example 3

“Gary can you find Alex and ask him to make the phone call please, get him up to speed on the situation first though.”

Translation

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