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in this day and age

at the present time: You can't afford to run businesses inefficiently in this day and age.
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in this day and age

now, as opposed to an earlier time: How do the police handle such disputes in this day and age?
(Definition of in this day and age from the Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Translations of “in this day and age”
in Chinese (Simplified) 如今,当前,当今…
in Chinese (Traditional) 如今,當前,當今…
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