from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adv. at this moment, at present, now
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adv. In a current manner; generally; commonly.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a current manner.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. at this time or period; now
“Diversity” is a term currently used to describe the increasing heterogeneity of the U.S. workforce.
As philosophical anarchism is the name for an angelistic error in political theory, so “parapsychology” is the term currently employed for what I regard as angelistic errors concerning the powers some human beings appear to possess.
Attorney General Andrew Cuomo, who insists his only political plan "at this time" is to keep the title currently before his name, uses Andrewcuomo. com for his political activities.
Most people using the term currently see Second Life at a certain point in this curve and draw conclusions from this assumption.
That broader approach would track a definition currently used by the IRS, bringing in schools, hospitals and social service agencies that deal with the general public.
The most recent six month period has been painful for holders of BMC Software stock, with shares in the name currently trading at a more than 40.0% discount to the July 7, 2011, 52-week high of $56.55.
All taxes for public education would be levied by the state and all state revenues would be distributed by voucher (to use the term currently in vogue) to parents of eligible students in Washington.
With his impending clash against another top contender, Nate Marquardt, at UFC 109, the Team Quest member may be just one bout removed from a shot at the title currently under siege by Anderson Silva.
I'm totally forgiving of Obama for that, the implacable fact will always remain that if impeachment or prosecutions are going to happen they must occur real-time in the term currently being served by the Executive.
Dalit is the term currently in use for the lowest of the low, castewise, in India, those once called untouchables and then, more euphemistically, by Mahatma Gandhi, Harijans or the "children of god."