present-day

[ prez-uh nt-dey ]
/ ˈprɛz əntˈdeɪ /

adjective

current; modern: present-day techniques; present-day English.

Origin of present-day

First recorded in 1885–90
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present-day


noun

(modifier) of the modern day; currentI don't like present-day fashions
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