Synonyms of 'current'
in the sense of in fashion
That sort of dress is in fashion again.
trendy (British, informal),
with it (informal),
all the go (informal),
schmick (Australian, informal)
in the sense of in vogue
Pale colours are in vogue this season.
in the sense of jet
a thin stream of liquid or gas forced out of a small hole
benches equipped with water jets to massage your back and feet
in the sense of live
of current interest
Directors' remuneration looks set to become a live issue.
in the sense of popular
common among the general public
the popular misconception that dinosaurs were all lumbering giants
in the sense of present-day
of the modern day
Even by present-day standards, these were huge aircraft.
in the sense of prevailing
individuals who have gone against the prevailing opinion
in the sense of progression
a sequence of numbers in which each term differs from the succeeding term by a fixed ratio
the steady progression of events in my life
in the sense of puff
the amount of wind or smoke released in a puff
an occasional puff of air stirring the brittle leaves
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Thesaurus for current from the Collins English Thesaurus