present-day

[prez-uhnt-dey]
adjective
current; modern: present-day techniques; present-day English.

Origin:
1885–90

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present-day
 
n
(modifier) of the modern day; current: I don't like present-day fashions

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present-day
1887, from present (adj.) + day.
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Example sentences for presentday
His teachings remain relevant to presentday students of pulmonary medicine and surgery.
The location of presentday cedar rapids was in the territory of the fox and sac tribes.
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