Current

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LampPro Tip 1/2
Temporal RelevancePlay
Use 'current' when referring to something happening in the very recent past, now, or the immediate future. SlideOur current policy may change next year.
LampPro Tip 2/2
Not Always PhysicalPlay
'Current' often relates to abstract situations, not just physical objects or events. SlideHer current mood has affected the whole team's morale.