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Adjective
Existing or something happening right now
“There is a clear and present danger within our ranks, and we need to weed it out now.”
Adjective
Modern or contemporary
“This staple has been around for hundreds of years and continues to this present day to be the food of choice for our culture.”
Adjective
Denotes being at or within a specified space or place
“It's encouraging to see the Brotherhood of the Mutants present, but, unsurprisingly, Wolverine has decided to give us an uninvited visit.”
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Currently in use or valid
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In progress
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Currently ruling or holding a position
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Here and now
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Such as one may avail oneself of for meetings with other individuals
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Readily obtainable or available for use
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Denotes a presence, or the existence of, activity
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Accepted, used or practiced by most people
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Actually being or existing
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Existing temporarily or on an interim basis
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Noun
Denotes the current period in time
“There is no time better than the present to move in on King's Landing.”
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A gift
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“Please accept this present as a gesture of our goodwill and commitment.”
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A thing of value given to recognize a particular deed
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An act, statement, or gift that is intended to show gratitude, respect, or admiration
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(grammar) Used to refer to an event, transaction, or occurrence which is happening now
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A thing such as a badge or knot of ribbons that is given or worn as a mark of liking or support
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Something that is enjoyed or indulged in, especially on an infrequent basis
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Expression to attain peace
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A sum of money or other inducement offered or given to bribe someone
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The money possessed by or available to a person or country
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Verb
To bring forward into existence or to introduce
“In a moment, I will present the first speaker who will give you an exhaustive insight into his research.”
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To demonstrate through discourse or discussion
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“Professor X will present to the public his arguments as to why mutants are not to be feared.”
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To present, unveil or launch
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“The company will present its latest model during the festival, and the turnout will likely be huge.”
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To give to
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“I now will present the next award to the best performing actor in a drama.”
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To render a depiction of something
“Chris Evans will once again present himself as the superhero, Captain America, in the next installment of The Avengers Movie.”
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To make an appearance
“Troy was given specific instructions to present at his hearing for traffic offenses.”
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To host a show or event
“After a career spanning more than three decades, Bill will no longer present the biggest music countdown in the country.”
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To characterize
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“The prosecution wants to present John as an aggressive and violent misogynist, but they have no evidence to prove their claims.”
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To grant something to someone
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To give an account of
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(a feeling or quality) To present oneself in a particular way by an action or series of actions
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To convince someone to join such a cause or organization or support such a position, to recruit someone
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To express something definitely or clearly in speech or writing
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To take place or come about
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To provide an opening explanation or announcement for
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To put into a particular arrangement
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To transmit information or requests to
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Conspicuously inscribe or display a design on
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Present at a function or a place
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Dress something up
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To present or argue something in a particular way or from a particular viewpoint
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To carry out a task, especially one that requires a degree of ability or skill
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To advise as the best course or choice
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To impart knowledge of a new thing or situation to
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To stand or meet facing, especially in competition, hostility or defiance
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To have advantage
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To be visible, to be seen
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Make a performance of
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Organize; cause to happen
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Admit defeat
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To accuse someone of
Adverb
Used to indicate one's role in a particular situation
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At the present time
Idiom
Mindful, present
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