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English definition of “change with/keep up with/move with the times”

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change with/keep up with/move with the times

to change your ideas, opinions, or way of living or working to make them modern: I don't really like using the internet, but you have to move with the times, I suppose.
Translations of “change with/keep up with/move with the times”
in Chinese (Traditional) 跟上時代潮流,與時俱進…
in Chinese (Simplified) 跟上时代潮流,与时俱进…
(Definition of change with/keep up with/move with the times from the Cambridge Advanced Learners Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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