Synonyms of 'present'
Western governments have offered aid.
They offered no suggestion as to how it might be done.
funds from local church offerings
He was a modest man who never paraded his wealth.
students performing Shakespeare's Macbeth
If a film, book, or television programme portrays someone in a certain way, it represents them in that way.
complaints about the way women are portrayed in adverts
If you pose a question, you ask it. If you pose an issue that needs considering, you mention the issue.
When I posed the question `Why?', he merely shrugged.
Present-day things, situations, and people exist at the time in history we are now in.
Even by present-day standards, these were huge aircraft.
If you produce evidence or an argument, you show it or explain it to people in order to make them agree with you.
They challenged him to produce evidence to support his allegations.
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Thesaurus for present from the Collins English Thesaurus
You use present to describe things and people that exist now, rather than those that existed in the past or those that may exist in the future.