modern-day


modern-day
adj. contemporary, of the present, modern; typical of current time

English contemporary dictionary. 2014.

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  • Modern day — refers to the present time but may also refer to: Music Modern Day Zero, a band Modern Day Drifter, a 2005 country album by Dierks Bentley Modern Day Prayer , a song on Twothirtyeight s 2002 album You Should Be Living Mr. Clean / Modern Day… …   Wikipedia

  • modern-day — adj [only before noun] existing in the present time used when comparing someone or something to a person or thing in the past = ↑present day, contemporary ↑contemporary ▪ She s a modern day Joan of Arc. ▪ The modern day diet has too little fiber… …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • modern-day — modern ,day adjective 1. ) existing or happening in the present: the fast moving demands of a modern day sport 2. ) existing in the present, but similar to someone or something that existed in the past: Boxers are modern day gladiators …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • modern-day — ADJ: ADJ n Modern day is used to refer to the new or modern aspects of a place, an activity, or a society. ...modern day America. ...the by products of modern day living. Syn: present day, contemporary …   English dictionary

  • modern-day — adjective a) Current, up to date. Modern day Greek is a lot different from ancient Greek, or koine. b) Generally accepted. Of course, modern day theories debunk that idea …   Wiktionary

  • modern-day — adjective (only before noun) existing in the present time, but considered in relation to someone or something else in the past: She s a modern day Joan of Arc. | The modern day diet has too little fiber in it …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • modern-day — UK / US adjective 1) existing or happening in the present the fast moving demands of a modern day sport 2) existing in the present, but similar to someone or something that existed in the past Boxers are modern day gladiators …   English dictionary

  • modern-day — adjective characteristic of the present contemporary trends in design the role of computers in modern day medicine • Syn: ↑contemporary • Similar to: ↑modern …   Useful english dictionary

  • modern-day — /ˈmɒdən deɪ/ (say moduhn day) adjective of the present; current: he s a modern day Robin Hood …   Australian English dictionary

  • modern-day — adj. Modern day is used with these nouns: ↑equivalent, ↑slavery …   Collocations dictionary


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