present-day Meaning in Cambridge American English Dictionary
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present-dayadjective [not gradable]

 us   /ˈprez·ənt ˈdeɪ/
modern; of today rather than of earlier times: The setting is present-day London.
Translations of “present-day”
in Chinese (Traditional) 現在的,當前的,當今的…
in Russian современный, нынешний…
in Turkish bugünkü, çağdaş, şuan varolan…
in Chinese (Simplified) 现在的,当前的,当今的…
in Polish dzisiejszy, obecny…
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