Current

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Definition

current: contemporary, up-to-date, topical, present
adjective
The current president was elected in 2010 and he's still the president today.

(an electrical) current: (an electrical) charge, flow
noun
Pronunciation examples
UK: Watching the news keeps me informed of current events.
US: Electrical current is measured in amps.

Examples

  • "There's not enough space at our current site."
  • "It's mild, it's reassuring, it's cheap: a bit like Europe in the current geopolitical sandwich."
  • "I know you are quite a forgetful diary, so here's a recap of the current situation"
  • "Further to our conversation, here is a brief summary of the current policy you hold with Ouch Insurance."
  • "Kate : Ok, so you're fine with the current arrangement, Mr. Cheeter?"
  • "The photographs, taken by current Delavigne special assistant Brian Jones, are not only titillating an audience of people with nothing better to do, but also have the potential to reflect poorly on the Delavigne Corporation."
  • "Edward : Music studio, utility closet, animal shelter, art gallery, my current home."
  • "This new department will absorb the current freelance hotline staff, and will provide customer support by telephone to Delavigne customers worldwide."
  • "I'll contact our insurance broker, Ouch Insurance, and check our current policy."

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