modern

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  • It was one of the first modern high-rise office buildings to be constructed in the city.
  • In the modern age, steel can be created in many forms.
  • It is among the most modern opera houses in the world.
  • This film was a critical and box office failure, but has gained a modern following.
  • The station is currently being updated to bring it into the modern age.
  • The concept has existed for centuries and research and development have continued into the modern era.
  • To its south are more modern high-rise apartment buildings.
  • It is very difficult to determine what are the most popular of modern programming languages.
  • The technique has since been used to record many modern instruments.
  • A modern high-speed rail system has been planned.
  • China is currently redeveloping its entire railway network to produce a modern high-speed network.
  • They were an expression of Mid-century modern design.
  • A modern high-rise building is to the west across Memorial Drive.
  • A similar structure is also found in modern Dutch.
  • It was added to the Museum of Modern Art's collection of video games.
  • In modern times, it may be given on an event such as a graduation from college.
  • The modern approach was developed in France during the early 1950s.
  • It is an example of Mid-Century modern design.
  • This game was brought by immigrants to North America, where the modern version developed.
  • Every case among those we know I think we moderns must judge for ourselves. Cited from First and Last Things, by H. G. Wells
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Meaning of modern

  • noun A contemporary person
  • noun A typeface (based on an 18th century design by gianbattista bodoni) distinguished by regular shape and hairline serifs and heavy downstrokes
  • adjective Belonging to the modern era; since the middle ages
    modern art, modern furniture, modern history, totem poles are modern rather than prehistoric