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up to speed

performing at a desirable level: It took me a while to get up to speed after the flu.
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up to speed

C1 If you are up to speed with a subject or activity, you have all the latest information about it and are able to do it well: We arranged for some home tutoring to get him up to speed with the other children in his class. Before we start the meeting I'm going to bring you up to speed with the latest developments.
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