Sinônimos de current
a flow of water or air in a particular directionThe swimmers were swept away by the strong current.
watching the quiet flow of the olive-green water
a series of naval battles which altered the course of history
benches equipped with water jets to massage your back and feet
a continuous stream of lava
They used to sail with the tide.
the steady progression of events in my life
A river of lava was flowing down the mountainside towards the village.
a flow of water or air in a particular directionI felt a current of cool air blowing in my face.
a general trend or driftA strong current of nationalism is running through the country.
First set the mood with some music.
a feeling of opulence and grandeur
I appreciate the sounds, smells and the spirit of the place.
The muted decor adds to the relaxed atmosphere.
a trend towards part-time employment
the government's tendency towards secrecy in recent years
drift, , ,
their fears at what they see as a drift towards economic chaos
There is a strong undercurrent of sadness in the film.
most recent or up-to-datecurrent trends in the music scene
the government's present economic difficulties
It became fashionable to eat certain foods.
This production is bang up-to-date.
Some years ago, jogging was in.
the most happening place at the moment, the Que Club
The gallery holds regular exhibitions of contemporary art, sculpture and photography.
in the news,
trendy (British, informal),
a trendy London nightclub
They discuss topical issues within a Christian framework.
Even by present-day standards, these were huge aircraft.
That sort of dress is in fashion again.
in vogue, ,
Pale colours are in vogue this season.
du jour (French), ,
Directors' remuneration looks set to become a live issue.
commonly acceptedthe prevailing tide of current opinion
Smoking is becoming increasingly prevalent among younger women.
Contrary to general opinion, these plants do not need acidic soil.
It is common practice these days to administer vitamin K during childbirth.
There is no generally accepted definition of life.
the popular misconception that dinosaurs were all lumbering giants
There is widespread support for the proposals.
Food shortages are widespread.
in the air,
individuals who have gone against the prevailing opinion
It is customary to offer a drink or a snack to guests.
Speculation is rife that he'll be sacked.
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in the sense of accepted
commonly approved or recognizedThere is no generally accepted definition of life.
in the sense of atmosphere
a pervasive feeling or moodThe muted decor adds to the relaxed atmosphere.
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