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Translation of "contemporary" - English-Spanish dictionary

contemporary

adjective   /kənˈtem·pəər·i/
existing or happening now contemporáneo contemporary art
noun   /kənˈtem·pəər·i/ ( plural contemporaries)
Your contemporaries are the people who live at the same time as you. coetáneo, -a Shakespeare and his contemporaries
(Definition of contemporary from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

contemporary

adjective /kənˈtempərəri/
living at, happening at or belonging to the same period contemporáneo That chair and the painting are contemporary – they both date from the seventeenth century.
of the present time; modern contemporáneo contemporary art.
(Definition of contemporary from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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