Synonyms of 'current'
in the sense of common
widespread among people in general
It is common practice these days to administer vitamin K during childbirth.
in the sense of contemporary
modern in style or fashion
The gallery holds regular exhibitions of contemporary art, sculpture and photography.
in the sense of course
an onward movement in time or space
a series of naval battles which altered the course of history
in the sense of customary
It is customary to offer a drink or a snack to guests.
in the sense of drift
their fears at what they see as a drift towards economic chaos
in the sense of fashionable
popular among well-off or famous people
It became fashionable to eat certain foods.
happening (old-fashioned, informal),
with it (old-fashioned, informal),
hip (old-fashioned, slang),
all the go (rare),
schmick (Australian, informal),
in the sense of feeling
the impression or mood created by something
a feeling of opulence and grandeur
in the sense of general
including various or miscellaneous items
Contrary to general opinion, these plants do not need acidic soil.
in the sense of happening
the most happening place at the moment, the Que Club
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Thesaurus for current from the Collins English Thesaurus