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Adjective
Most recent or up-to-date
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“The most current bibliographical entry dates from June 2003, the year before publication.”
Adjective
In common or general use
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“The attitude current at the time was that the earth was flat.”
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Existing or in progress
“The current administration is doing a fine job.”
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Characteristic of or influenced by modern trends or styles
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“She always ensures that she is dressed in the most current outfits for her Instagram posts.”
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Still within one's use-by date
“We should cook up the beef in the refrigerator while it is still current.”
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Ongoing, or in progress
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In preparation or progress
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Currently in use or valid
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Newly produced or obtained
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Able to be utilized
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Moving about freely
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Actually being or existing
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In effect at the specified time
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Aware of what is going on
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Persisting forever or for an extended period of time
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The general tendency or course of events or opinion
“The courts' response is generally slow, often several years behind the current of popular opinion.”
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A general direction in which something is developing or changing
“A strong current of optimism is running through the country.”
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A body of water moving in a definite direction
“The swimmers had to work against a strong current.”
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A body of air moving in a definite direction
“A brief current of cool air provided some respite from the unrelenting heat.”
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Energized matter, power
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A pulse of electrical energy
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Fast-flowing water
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Currents in the oceans
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The perceptible natural movement of the air in the environment
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A sudden occurrence of or increase in a phenomenon, feeling or emotion
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Electrical current
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The general mood, character or attitude of something or someone
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Rising tide
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An underlying feeling or influence, especially one that is contrary to the prevailing atmosphere and is not expressed openly
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The longitudinal arrangement or pattern of fibres in wood, paper, etc
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Movement to and fro or around something, especially that of fluid in a closed system
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Adverb
(of a feeling or rumour) Widely current
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