Current ( adjective , noun )

(As an adjective)

Current ( adjective )

  1. Existing or happening now.
  2. Having up-to-date knowledge or information.

Origin:

Middle english, from old french, from latin corrent-, corns, present participle of currere to run.

Examples:

  1. The current state of the economy is uncertain.
  2. She has a lot of current information about the industry.
  3. The company is using the most current technology to improve efficiency.
  4. This current situation requires our immediate attention.
  5. The current trend in fashion is minimalist.

(As a noun)

Current ( noun )

  1. Existing or happening now.
  2. Having up-to-date knowledge or information.

Origin:

Middle english, from old french, from latin corrent-, corns, present participle of currere to run.

Examples:

  1. The current state of the economy is uncertain.
  2. She has a lot of current information about the industry.
  3. The company is using the most current technology to improve efficiency.
  4. This current situation requires our immediate attention.
  5. The current trend in fashion is minimalist.
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