Synonyms & Antonyms : Current


( Adjective )

The current issue of the magazine carries an article on the controversial subject.






Contextual Examples:

Loren has become the most popular student in the college by his sweet manners and innate intelligence.

The present position of the company is rather bad. The value of its shares has fallen by 25%

He is rich wealth but ordinary in intellect.






Contextual Examples:

Sarah passed the examination but was rejected in the final interview.

John D’Souza has been admitted in the private medical college hospital.

The thief was confined to custody until the decision in his case.

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