Definition of Current:

  1. Belonging to the present period (day, week, month, year, etc.) in progress.

  2. A body of water or air moving in a definite direction, especially through a surrounding body of water or air in which there is less movement.

  3. Belonging to the present time; happening or being used or done now.

Synonyms of Current

AC, Brownian movement, DC, Zeitgeist, A la mode, Absorption current, Accepted, Accessible, Accidental, Accompanying, Accustomed, Active current, Actual, Ado, Advance, Advised, Affirmed, Affluence, Afflux, Affluxion, Afloat, Afoot, Aim, Air current, All the rage, All the thing, Alternating current, Angular motion, Announced, As is, Ascending, Ascent, Au courant, Au fait, Average, Aware, Axial motion, Azimuth, Backflowing, Backing, Backward motion, Bandied about, Base current, Bearing, Being, Bent, Besetting, Broadcast, Brought to notice, Bruited about, Career, Cathode current, Circulated, Circumstantial, Climbing, Coeval, Collector current, Common, Common knowledge, Common property, Commonly known, Commonplace, Concourse, Conduction current, Confluence, Conflux, Conformable, Consuetudinary, Contemporaneous, Contemporary, Convection current, Conventional, Course, Crosscurrent, Current of air, Customary, Cycle, Declared, Defluxion, Delta current, Descending, Descent, Dielectric displacement current, Diffused, Direct current, Direction, Direction line, Displacement current, Disseminated, Distributed, Doing, Dominant, Downdraft, Downflow, Downpour, Downward motion, Draft, Drift, Driftage, Ebbing, Eddy current, Electric current, Electric stream, Electron cloud, Electron flow, Electron gas, Electron stream, Emission current, Epidemic, Established, Eventuating, Everyday, Exciting current, Existent, Existing, Extant, Fall wind, Familiar, Fashionable, Flight, Flood, Flow, Flow of air, Flowing, Fluency, Flux, Following wind, Forward motion, Free alternating current, Fresh, Galvanic current, Generally accepted, Glacial movement, Going about, Going around, Going on, Gush, Habitual, Hackneyed, Happening, Head wind, Heading, Helmsmanship, High-frequency current, Hip, Household, Idle current, Immanent, Immediate, In being, In circulation, In effect, In existence, In fashion, In force, In hand, In print, In style, In the air, In the know, In the news, In the wind, In vogue, Incidental, Inclination, Indraft, Induced current, Induction current, Inflow, Informed, Inhalation, Inrush, Inspiration, Instant, Ionization current, Jetstream, Juice, Katabatic wind, Known, Latest, Lay, Lie, Line, Line of direction, Line of march, Living, Low-frequency current, Made public, Magnetizing current, Main current, Mainstream, Mill run, Millrace, Mod, Modern, Modish, Monsoon, Motion, Mounting, Movement, Movement of air, Multiphase current, Navigation, New, Newfashioned, Normal, Normative, Notorious, Oblique motion, Obtaining, Occasional, Occurring, On, On foot, Ongoing, Onrush, Onward course, Open, Ordinary, Orientation, Outflow, Output current, Pandemic, Passage, Passing, Piloting, Plate current, Platitudinous, Plunging, Point, Popular, Posted, Predominant, Predominating, Prescribed, Prescriptive, Present, Present-age, Present-day, Present-time, Prevailing, Prevalent, Proclaimed, Progress, Propagated, Proverbial, Public, Published, Pulsating direct current, Quarter, Race, Radial motion, Rampant, Random motion, Range, Reactive current, Received, Reflowing, Refluence, Reflux, Regnant, Regression, Regular, Regulation, Reigning, Reported, Resultant, Retrogression, Rife, Rising, Rotary current, Routine, Ruling, Rumored, Run, Running, Rush, Set, Sideward motion, Simultaneous, Single-phase alternating current, Sinking, Smart, Soaring, Space charge, Spate, Spread, Standard, Stated, Steerage, Steering, Stereotyped, Sternway, Stock, Stray current, Stream, Stream of air, Stylish, Subsiding, Subsistent, Subsisting, Surge, Swing, Tail wind, Taking place, Talked about, Talked-about, Talked-of, Telecast, Televised, Tendency, Tenor, That be, That is, The general tendency, The main course, Thermionic current, Thermoelectric current, Three-phase alternating current, Tide, Time spirit, Time-honored, Tone, Topical, Track, Traditional, Traject, Trajet, Trend, Trendy, Trite, Truistic, Under the sun, Under way, Undercurrent, Undertow, Universal, Universally admitted, Universally recognized, Up-to-date, Up-to-datish, Up-to-the-minute, Updraft, Upward motion, Usual, Vernacular, Voltaic current, Water flow, Watt current, Way, Well-kenned, Well-known, Well-recognized, Well-understood, Whispered, Whispered about, Widely known, Widespread, Wind, Wonted, Steady flow, Stream, Backdraught, Slipstream, Contemporary, Present-day, Present, Contemporaneous, Ongoing

How to use Current in a sentence?

  1. The current weather is very cold and predicted to stay that way, with snow in the forecast for at least one or two days a week for the next four weeks.
  2. Based on the most current projections available for analysis, company sales will increase over the next quarter in the Southern Hemisphere.
  3. Ocean currents.
  4. The current market climate is not conducive to former models of business and new methods have to be developed that take advantage of advances in computer technology and communication.
  5. Keep abreast of current events.

Meaning of Current & Current Definition