date » day

Chiefly in:   up to day

Classification: English

Spotted in the wild:

  • “Keeping a big universal plan is nice, but it is hard to write it in the first place and even harder to keep it up to day.” (link)
  • “I will do my best to keep them up to day so check back from time to time. I will be adding and removing items as I need them.” (link)
  • “Want the most up to day information sent right to your email box?” (link)

Analyzed or reported by:

  • Wilson Gray (American Dialect Society mailing list, 19 February 2006)

Probably encouraged by the fact that if things are up to date, they’re ok to today.

| link | entered by Arnold Zwicky, 2006/05/20 |

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