Synonyms of 'current'
in the sense of river
an abundant stream or flow
A river of lava was flowing down the mountainside towards the village.
in the sense of spirit
a shared feeling
I appreciate the sounds, smells and the spirit of the place.
in the sense of stream
any steady flow of water or other liquid
a continuous stream of lava
in the sense of tendency
the general course or drift of something
the government's tendency towards secrecy in recent years
in the sense of tide
the current caused by these changes in level
They used to sail with the tide.
in the sense of topical
of or relating to current affairs
They discuss topical issues within a Christian framework.
in the sense of trend
general tendency or direction
a trend towards part-time employment
in the sense of trendy
a trendy London nightclub
in the sense of undercurrent
an underlying opinion or emotion
There is a strong undercurrent of sadness in the film.
in the sense of up-to-date
modern or fashionable
This production is bang up-to-date.
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Thesaurus for current from the Collins English Thesaurus