English translation of 'moderno'
modernomoderna [moˈdɛrnu, a]
2. (atual) present-day
Copyright © 2014 by HarperCollins Publishers. All rights reserved.
'moderno' in Other Languages
British English: modern /ˈmɒdən/ ADJECTIVE
Modern means relating to the present time.
I like antiques, but my husband prefers modern furniture.
- American English: modern
- Arabic: عَصْرِيٌّ
- Brazilian Portuguese: moderno
- Chinese: 现代的
- Croatian: moderan
- Czech: moderní
- Danish: moderne
- Dutch: modern
- European Spanish: moderno actual
- Finnish: nykyaikainen
- French: moderne
- German: modern
- Greek: σύγχρονος
- Italian: moderno
- Japanese: 現代の
- Korean: 현대의
- Norwegian: moderne
- Polish: nowoczesny
- European Portuguese: moderno
- Romanian: modern
- Russian: современный
- Spanish: moderno
- Swedish: modern
- Thai: สมัยใหม่
- Turkish: modern
- Ukrainian: сучасний
- Vietnamese: hiện đại
British English: hip ADJECTIVE
If you say that someone is hip, you mean that they are very modern and follow all the latest fashions, for example in clothes and ideas.
...a hip young character with tight-cropped blond hair and stylish glasses.
British English: latter-day ADJECTIVE
Latter-day is used to describe someone or something that is a modern equivalent of a person or thing in the past.
He holds the belief that he is a latter-day prophet.
British English: modern-day ADJECTIVE
Modern-day is used to refer to the new or modern aspects of a place, an activity, or a society.
Translation of moderno from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary