present-day

[prez-uh nt-dey]
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Origin of present-day

First recorded in 1885–90
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present-day

noun
  1. (modifier) of the modern day; currentI don't like present-day fashions
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Word Origin and History for present-day

1870, from present (adj.) + day.

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