present-day
adjective Date: 1887 now existing or occurring

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  • present-day — 1887, from PRESENT (Cf. present) (adj.) + DAY (Cf. day) …   Etymology dictionary

  • present-day — adj [only before noun] modern or existing now ▪ present day Sicily …   Dictionary of contemporary English

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  • present-day — also present day ADJ: ADJ n Present day things, situations, and people exist at the time in history we are now in. Even by present day standards these were large aircraft. ...a huge area of northern India, stretching from present day Afghanistan… …   English dictionary

  • present-day — /prez euhnt day /, adj. current; modern: present day techniques; present day English. [1885 90] * * * …   Universalium

  • present-day — UK / US adjective existing now The novel is set in present day Russia. The amount of money is small by present day standards …   English dictionary

  • present-day — pres′ent day′ adj. current; modern: present day English[/ex] • Etymology: 1885–90 …   From formal English to slang

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