current definition

  • adjective:
    • of the present time: existing activities; current leaders.
    • Being beginning today: current negotiations.
    • moving from to some other; circulating: existing expenses and coins.
    • Prevalent, specially currently: present fashions. See Synonyms at prevailing.
    • flowing; streaming.
    • Existing or occurring at this time.
    • Typically accepted, used, practiced, or prevalent at present.
    • Running or moving rapidly.
    • today driving, as time.
    • moving from person-to-person, or from hand to hand; dispersing through the community; generally speaking obtained; common.
    • Commonly estimated or acknowledged.
    • Fitted for basic acceptance or blood circulation; genuine; passable.
    • happening in or from the present time
    • of the present time: present events; current leaders.
    • becoming in progress today: existing negotiations.
    • Passing in one to another; circulating: current expenses and coins.
    • commonplace, specially presently: existing fashions. See Synonyms at prevailing.
    • Running; streaming.
    • Existing or happening at this time.
    • Usually accepted, used, practiced, or commonplace at present.
    • Running or moving quickly.
    • today passing, as time.
    • moving from one individual to another, or from hand to hand; propogating through the community; typically obtained; typical.
    • Commonly predicted or recognized.
    • Fitted for basic acceptance or circulation; authentic; passable.
    • occurring in or belonging to the present time
  • noun:
    • a reliable, smooth onward motion: a present of air from an admirer; a current of voiced words. See Synonyms at circulation.
    • The part of a body of fluid or gas that a consistent onward activity: rowed out to the river's quick present.
    • a broad inclination, action, or course. See Synonyms at inclination.
    • Electricity A flow of electric fee.
    • Electricity the total amount of electric fee flowing past a specified circuit point per product time.
    • The part of a fluid that moves continually in a particular path.
    • The time price of circulation of electric fee.
    • A tendency or a program of occasions.
    • A flowing or driving; onward motion. Hence: A body of substance going continuously in a specific path; a stream; esp., the swiftest section of it; ; what resembles a stream in movement.
    • General course; ordinary procedure; modern and connected activity
    • A flowing; a flow; a stream; a passing by a consistent flux: used of fluids, as water, air, etc., or of supposed liquids, as electricity.
    • Specifically, some of a sizable body of water or of air relocating a certain way: since, ocean-currents.
    • program as a whole; modern movement or passage; connected series: as, the current of time.
    • General or main-course; general tendency: because, the present of opinion.
    • the quantity of despair given to a roof to cause the water which drops upon it to flow in a given way.
    • An obsolete spelling of currant.
    • a flow of electricity through a conductor
    • a steady movement of a fluid (usually from natural causes)
    • prominent program (suggestive of operating liquid) of successive events or some ideas
    • a reliable, smooth onward activity: a present of air from an admirer; a present of spoken terms. See Synonyms at movement.
    • The element of a body of liquid or gasoline which has had a consistent onward activity: rowed out in to the river's quick current.
    • an over-all inclination, movement, or training course. See Synonyms at tendency.
    • electrical energy A flow of electric fee.
    • Electricity the total amount of electric fee streaming past a specified circuit point per unit time.
    • The part of a fluid that moves continually in a specific way.
    • The time rate of movement of electric charge.
    • A tendency or a course of events.
    • A flowing or driving; onward movement. Thus: A body of fluid moving continuously in a particular path; a stream; esp., the swiftest element of it; ; that which resembles a stream in motion.
    • General program; ordinary process; progressive and connected movement
    • A flowing; a flow; a stream; a passing by a consistent flux: made use of of fluids, as liquid, environment, etc., or of supposed liquids, as electricity.
    • especially, some of a large body of water or of environment transferring a specific path: as, ocean-currents.
    • program generally speaking; modern activity or passageway; linked show: since, the present of the time.
    • General or main-course; basic tendency: as, current of opinion.
    • the quantity of depression provided to a roof to cause the water which drops upon it to move in certain direction.
    • An obsolete spelling of currant.
    • a flow of electricity through a conductor
    • a steady flow of a fluid (usually from all-natural causes)
    • dominant program (suggestive of running liquid) of successive activities or tips
  • others:
    • Running; going; streaming; moving.
    • ergo Passing from to another; particularly, widely circulated; openly understood, believed, or reported; typical; general; widespread; because, the existing ideas associated with the day.
    • moving from hand-to-hand; circulating: as, existing coin.
    • Set up by common estimation or consent; usually gotten: as, the current value of money.
    • eligible to credit or recognition; fitted for basic acceptance or blood circulation; genuine; genuine.
    • today driving; present in its course: as, the current thirty days or year.
    • to create present or typical; establish in accordance estimation; render acceptable.
    • Running; moving; moving; moving.
    • therefore moving in one to another; specifically, commonly distributed; openly known, believed, or reported; common; basic; predominant; because, the current a few ideas regarding the day.
    • moving from hand to hand; circulating: as, present money.
    • Established by common estimation or consent; generally received: as, the current value of coin.
    • eligible to credit or recognition; fitted for general acceptance or blood supply; genuine; real.
    • today driving; contained in its course: as, the existing thirty days or year.
    • which will make existing or common; establish in keeping estimation; render acceptable.

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