contemporary adjective (EXISTING NOW)
- These are radical changes which will alter the complexion of the British contemporary dance scene.
- The contemporary dialogue for me struck a slightly discordant note.
- She is widely regarded as the high priestess of contemporary dance.
- She gave a series of lectures at Warwick University last year on contemporary British writers.
- It is a tenet of contemporary psychology that an individual's mental health is supported by having good social networks.
contemporary adjective (OF SAME PERIOD)
contemporarynoun [ C ]uk /kənˈtem.pər.ər.i/ us /kənˈtem.pə.rer.i/
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