Antonyms
Etymology

1. update

verb. ['əpˈdeɪt, ˈʌpˌdeɪt'] modernize or bring up to date.

Antonyms

  • antonym

Etymology

  • date (English)
  • date (French)
  • up- (English)

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Words that Rhyme with Update

  • accommodate
  • backdate
  • consolidate
  • dilapidate
  • elucidate
  • intimidate
  • inundate
  • invalidate
  • liquidate
  • mandate
  • mithridate
  • multicandidate
  • outdate

Example sentences of the word update


1. Verb, base form
You may also request to retake the test or a refresher course to update your certification.

2. Adjective
Remember that you may have moved since you created your account, so update this accordingly.

Quotes containing the word update


1. My second husband believed I had such a fickle attitude to friendship that each Friday he would update the list of my 'Top Ten' friends in the manner of a Top Of The Pops chart countdown.
- Julie Burchill

2. Refuse to accept the belief that your professional relevance, career success or financial security turns on the next update on the latest technology. Sometimes it's good to put the paddle down and just let the canoe glide.
- Simon Mainwaring

3. But it became clear very quickly that I'd underestimated how much I liked him. Not him, perhaps, but the fact that I had someone on the other end of an invisible line. Someone to update and get updates from, to inform of a comic discovery, to imagine while dancing in a lonely basement, and to return to, finally, when the music stopped.
- Marina Keegan, The Opposite of Loneliness: Essays and Stories

2. update

verb. ['əpˈdeɪt, ˈʌpˌdeɪt'] bring up to date; supply with recent information.

Antonyms

  • destabilize

Etymology

  • date (English)
  • date (French)
  • up- (English)

3. update

verb. ['əpˈdeɪt, ˈʌpˌdeɪt'] bring to the latest state of technology.

Antonyms

  • synonym

Etymology

  • date (English)
  • date (French)
  • up- (English)

4. update

noun. ['əpˈdeɪt, ˈʌpˌdeɪt'] news that updates your information.

Synonyms

  • tidings
  • news
  • word

Antonyms

  • stupidity
  • unintelligent
  • intelligent
  • uninterestingness

Etymology

  • date (English)
  • date (French)
  • up- (English)
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