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pres·ent-day

(prĕz′ənt-dā′)
adj.
Now in existence or progress; current: present-day attitudes about the family.

present-day

n
(modifier) of the modern day; current: I don't like present-day fashions.

pres′ent-day′



adj.
current; modern: present-day English.
[1885–90]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.present-day - belonging to the present time; "contemporary leaders"
current - occurring in or belonging to the present time; "current events"; "the current topic"; "current negotiations"; "current psychoanalytic theories"; "the ship's current position"

present-day

adjective current, modern, present, recent, contemporary, up-to-date, latter-day, newfangled Even by present-day standards, these were huge aircraft.

present-day

adjective
Translations

present-day

[ˈprezntˈdeɪ] ADJactual, de hoy (en día)
present-day Spainla España actual or de hoy (en día)

present-day

adj attr morality, problems, fashionsheutig; present-day Britaindas heutige Großbritannien

present-day

[ˈprɛzntˌdeɪ] adjattuale, d'oggigiorno, di oggi
References in classic literature ?
The blue-and- white mugs of the present-day roadside inn will be hunted up, all cracked and chipped, and sold for their weight in gold, and rich people will use them for claret cups; and travellers from Japan will buy up all the "Presents from Ramsgate," and "Souvenirs of Margate," that may have escaped destruction, and take them back to Jedo as ancient English curios.
But according to our present-day ideas he seems little fitted to have been a priest.
Shakspere's play was entered in the 'Stationers' Register' (corresponding to present-day copyrighting) in 1602, and his play was first published (the first quarto) in 1603.
The pilot episode opens as a present-day drama, however by midpoint, the timeline resets to 1988, in a historical fiction format, during a period in time when monumental anti-gay backlash had been orchestrated.
The investigators suggest the Siberian individual hailed from a third wave of immigrants to Asia that contributed some genes to ancestors of present-day Asians before dying out.
Present-day immigration and migration could turn out to be a ticking time bomb yet Cameron, Clegg and Miliband all turn a blind eye and a deaf ear whilst ignoring the wishes of the electorate.
htm) present-day challenges and tasks in Assassin's Creed 4: Black Flag has been revealed in the Ubisoft blog.
Washington, January 23 ( ANI ): Early DNA has revealed that humans living some 40,000 years ago in an area near Beijing were likely related to many present-day Asians and Native Americans.
Here we have, for the first time, diaries of life in the Empire and at the battle front which shed new and valuable light on the years that were to prove so important for the future of present-day Turkey and the Middle East.
The term "RNA World" refers to a hypothetical time in the evolution of life on earth in which catalytic RNA was the sole genetic material and in which the standard Watson-Crick pairing was the basis of genetic manipulation; a hypothesis that has been given a new lease on life due to the recent discovery of present-day RNA molecules that do indeed display catalytic activity.
Two maps side by side - (1805-1874 and a present-day map), framed pounds 27.
In a speech held in 1946 in Sofija, Ivanov stated that the present-day Macedonians have a Slavic, and not an ancient origin.