English adjective: modern
|1.||modern belonging to the modern era; since the Middle Ages|
Totem poles are modern rather than prehistoric.
|Similar||contemporary, modern-day, moderne, neo, red-brick, redbrick, ultramodern|
|See also||current, late, new|
|Attribute||contemporaneity, contemporaneousness, modernism, modernity, modernness|
|2.||modern relating to a recently developed fashion or style|
|Samples||Their offices are in a modern skyscraper.|
Tables in modernistic designs.
|3.||modern characteristic of present-day art and music and literature and architecture|
|4.||modern ahead of the times|
|Samples||The advanced teaching methods.|
Had advanced views on the subject.
A forward-looking corporation.
Is British industry innovative enough?.
|Synonyms||advanced, forward-looking, innovative|
|5.||Modern used of a living language; being the current stage in its development|
New Hebrew is Israeli Hebrew.
English noun: modern
|1.||modern (person) a contemporary person|
|Broader (hypernym)||individual, mortal, person, somebody, someone, soul|
|2.||modern (communication) a typeface (based on an 18th century design by Gianbattista Bodoni) distinguished by regular shape and hairline serifs and heavy downstrokes|
|Synonyms||Bodoni, Bodoni font, modern font|
|Broader (hypernym)||proportional font|
|Antonyms||old style, old style font|