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English adjective: occurrent

1. occurrent presently occurring (either causally or incidentally)


SamplesTechnical terms are rarely occurrent in literature.


Similarcurrent


Antonymsnoncurrent


English noun: occurrent

1. occurrent (event) an event that happens


Synonymshappening, natural event, occurrence


Broader (hypernym)event


Narrower (hyponym)accident, accompaniment, alteration, appearance, attendant, avalanche, beginning, black eye, blow, bonanza, boom, break, bunce, burst, case, chance event, change, co-occurrence, collapse, collapse, computer error, conclusion, concomitant, contact, contingence, contingency, convergence, crash, destiny, disappearance, disappearance, discharge, ending, episode, error, eruption, eventuality, example, experience, failure, fate, finish, finish, fire, flare-up, flash, fortuity, godsend, gold rush, gravy, impinging, incident, instance, interruption, irruption, juncture, manna from heaven, marvel, miracle, modification, motion, movement, news event, occasion, one-off, outbreak, outburst, periodic event, recurrent event, reversal, reverse, setback, sound, striking, stroke, success, supervention, thing, treat, trouble, union, windfall, wonder









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