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  1. Prevalent, common, widespread.
  2. Blowing usually or most frequently from a given direction:
  3. Generally current; widespread:
Belonging to the same period of time:
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  1. Belonging to the same period of time:
  2. Of or in the style of the present or recent times; modern
  3. Current; modern:
(Linguis.) A gradual change along a certain line of development in the various elements of a language
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  1. (Linguis.) A gradual change along a certain line of development in the various elements of a language
  2. The course on which something is directed or driven
  3. A random course, variation, or deviation
The flowing out and in of the tide.
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  1. The flowing out and in of the tide.
  2. (Figuratively) A large flowing out and in.
Development in a particular way; progress:
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  1. Development in a particular way; progress:
  2. (Sports) A designated route or area on which a race is held:
  3. A typical, natural, or customary manner of proceeding or developing:
Fully familiar; knowledgeable.
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  1. Fully familiar; knowledgeable.
  2. Fully informed on current matters; up-to-date
  3. Up to date, informed on the latest developments, abreast, etc.
Belonging to the same period of time:
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  1. Belonging to the same period of time:
  2. Current; modern:
  3. Of or in the style of the present or recent times; modern
Of or characteristic of the mods or the styles they favored
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  1. Of or characteristic of the mods or the styles they favored
  2. (Informal) Of or relating to anything up-to-date, fashionable, stylish, etc., esp. clothes
  3. In or characteristic of this unconventionally modern style.
Characteristic or expressive of recent times or the present; contemporary or up-to-date:
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  1. Characteristic or expressive of recent times or the present; contemporary or up-to-date:
  2. Of or relating to recent times or the present:
  3. (Linguistics) Of, relating to, or being a living language or group of languages:
(Nonstandard) Alternative form of up to date.
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  1. (Nonstandard) Alternative form of up to date.
  2. (Before the noun) current; recent; the latest
  3. Keeping up with what is most recent in style, taste, information, etc.
Constituting or including the very latest information:
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  1. Constituting or including the very latest information:
  2. Modern, contemporary
Current; modern:
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  1. Current; modern:
  2. Belonging to the same period of time:
  3. Of or in the style of the present or recent times; modern
Having existence or being; existing
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  1. Having existence or being; existing
  2. Having life or being; existing.
  3. Existing now; present; immediate
That exists, or has existence, especially that exists now.
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  1. That exists, or has existence, especially that exists now.
Designating the more or most recent of two or more things of the same class, though both may be old
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  1. Designating the more or most recent of two or more things of the same class, though both may be old
  2. In place names, a prefix added to the name of a newly established place, intended to convey that the newly established place will share some characteristic of an older place for which the new place is named.
  3. Not previously experienced or encountered; novel or unfamiliar:
Of the present time; current:
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  1. Of the present time; current:
  2. (Slang) Currently fashionable; trendy:
(Gram.) Indicating action as now taking place (Ex.: she goes) or state as now existing (Ex.: the plums are ripe), action that is habitual (Ex.: he speaks with an accent), or action that is always the same (Ex.: the clock strikes twelve at noon)
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  1. (Gram.) Indicating action as now taking place (Ex.: she goes) or state as now existing (Ex.: the plums are ripe), action that is habitual (Ex.: he speaks with an accent), or action that is always the same (Ex.: the clock strikes twelve at noon)
  2. Being at hand or in attendance:
  3. Now being considered; actually here or involved:
Now in existence or progress; current:
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  1. Now in existence or progress; current:
  2. In existence now; current or contemporary
  3. Of the present time
Having ascendancy, authority, or dominating influence over others; superior
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  1. Having ascendancy, authority, or dominating influence over others; superior
  2. Common or widespread; prevalent
  3. Most frequent, noticeable, etc.; prevailing; preponderant
Blowing usually or most frequently from a given direction:
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  1. Blowing usually or most frequently from a given direction:
  2. Prevalent, common, widespread.
  3. Generally current; widespread:
Widely or commonly occurring, existing, accepted, or practiced.
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  1. Widely or commonly occurring, existing, accepted, or practiced.
  2. Generally practiced, occurring, or accepted
  3. (Rare) Stronger, more effective, etc.; dominant
Of greatest power; predominant
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  1. Of greatest power; predominant
  2. Predominant.
  3. Widespread; prevalent.
Abundant
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  1. Abundant
  2. Abundant or numerous.
  3. In widespread existence, practice, or use; increasingly prevalent.
Affecting a large area (e.g. the entire land or body); broad in extent.
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  1. Affecting a large area (e.g. the entire land or body); broad in extent.
  2. Occurring or accepted widely:
  3. Spread or scattered over a considerable extent:
A bank or pile, as of sand or snow, heaped up by currents of air or water.
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  1. A bank or pile, as of sand or snow, heaped up by currents of air or water.
  2. The rate of flow of a water current.
  3. Something moving along in a current of air or water:
The flowing in of water from the sea as the tide rises
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  1. The flowing in of water from the sea as the tide rises
  2. A large body of water, as a sea or broad river
  3. A flood tide.
A continuous output or outpouring:
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  1. A continuous output or outpouring:
  2. A continuous movement or circulation:
  3. A residual mass that has stopped flowing:
(Physics) The rate of flow of energy, fluids, etc. across a surface
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  1. (Physics) The rate of flow of energy, fluids, etc. across a surface
  2. The flowing in of the tide.
  3. A flowing or flow
A large or overwhelming number or amount:
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  1. A large or overwhelming number or amount:
  2. Any of a genus (Juncus) of plants of the rush family, having small, greenish flowers: rushes usually grow in wet places and the round stems and pliant leaves of some species are used in making baskets, mats, ropes, etc.
  3. A rapid, often noisy flow or passage:
A sudden flood, rush, or outpouring:
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  1. A sudden flood, rush, or outpouring:
  2. A river flood; an overflow or inundation.
  3. (Chiefly Brit.) A flash flood
A steady current in such a flow of water.
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  1. A steady current in such a flow of water.
  2. A flow of water in a channel or bed, as a brook, rivulet, or small river.
  3. (Computers) A steady flow of data.
A large mass of or as of moving water; wave; swell; billow
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  1. A large mass of or as of moving water; wave; swell; billow
  2. A movement of or like that of a mass of water; violent rolling, sweeping, or swelling motion
  3. A coastal rise in water level caused by wind.
The regular rise and fall in the surface level of the Earth's oceans, seas, and bays caused by the gravitational attraction of the Moon and to a lesser extent of the Sun. The maximum high tides (or spring tides) occur when the Moon and Sun are directly aligned with Earth, so that their gravitational pull on Earth's waters is along the same line and is reinforced. The lowest high tides (or neap tides) occur when the Moon and Sun are at right angles to each other, so that their gravitational pull on Earth's waters originates from two different directions and is mitigated. Tides vary greatly by region and are influenced by sea-floor topography, storms, and water currents.
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  1. The regular rise and fall in the surface level of the Earth's oceans, seas, and bays caused by the gravitational attraction of the Moon and to a lesser extent of the Sun. The maximum high tides (or spring tides) occur when the Moon and Sun are directly aligned with Earth, so that their gravitational pull on Earth's waters is along the same line and is reinforced. The lowest high tides (or neap tides) occur when the Moon and Sun are at right angles to each other, so that their gravitational pull on Earth's waters originates from two different directions and is mitigated. Tides vary greatly by region and are influenced by sea-floor topography, storms, and water currents.
  2. The periodic variation in the surface level of the oceans and of bays, gulfs, inlets, and estuaries, caused by gravitational attraction of the moon and sun.
  3. Flood tide.
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