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current pricenoun

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[C] the ​price at which something is ​selling at the ​presenttime: Five million ​shares are ​worth about $218 million at the ​currentprice. While the ​stockmarket is ​soaring, some worry that ​currentprices are not justified by the ​earningspower of U.S. ​companies.
at current prices considering the ​price of ​goods in ​general at the ​presenttime, or considering ​prices now compared to in the past: The ​aidpackage is ​worth about $250 million at ​currentprices.
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