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current

adjective /ˈkarənt, (American) ˈkəː-/
of or belonging to the present the current month the current temperature. currently adverb at the present time
actualmente
John is currently working as a bus driver.
current account noun (British ) an account with a bank from which money may be withdrawn by cheque; checking account(American)
cuenta corriente
I’d like to pay this cheque into my current account, please.
current affairs noun plural important political, economic, or social events that are happening now
Temas de Actualidad
He takes a great deal of interest in current affairs.
electric current (not currant); current (not currant) affairs.
Translations of “current”
in Korean 현재의…
in Arabic حالي…
in French courant, actuel…
in Italian attuale, corrente…
in Chinese (Traditional) 現時的,當前的, 現行的…
in Russian текущий, нынешний…
in Turkish mevcut olan, geçerli, halihazırda var olan…
in Polish aktualny, obecny, bieżący…
in Portuguese atual, corrente…
in German gegenwärtig…
in Catalan actual…
in Japanese 現在の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 现时的,当前的, 现行的…
(Definition of current from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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