English adjective: contemporary
|1.||contemporary characteristic of the present|
|Samples||Contemporary trends in design.|
The role of computers in modern-day medicine.
|2.||contemporary belonging to the present time|
|3.||contemporary occurring in the same period of time|
|Samples||A rise in interest rates is often contemporaneous with an increase in inflation.|
The composer Salieri was contemporary with Mozart.
|Similar||synchronal, synchronic, synchronous|
English noun: contemporary
|1.||contemporary (person) a person of nearly the same age as another|
|Broader (hypernym)||compeer, equal, match, peer|