(1). To update someone (usually your boss or your boss’s boss) on what’s been going on while they’ve been golfing.
“Since I’ve been off-site this past week, please bring me up to speed on what’s happened at the office.”
“I’ll feel better about it when I get up to speed on what’s going on.”
“Please bring me up to speed on this matter.”
“We’ll bring you up to speed on the day’s top stories after this commercial break!”
Props to Pablo for the submission!