present

All Adjective Noun Verb
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  • He would appear here on occasion and present himself as a god to the public.
  • The present wall of the lower city is of late construction.
  • The breakfast show has been presented by many famous names over the years.
  • Apparently the course covers much the same content as does the present book.
  • The present-day relations between the two countries are described as friendly and long standing.
  • The new philosophy presented the individual with a more personal relationship with God.
  • At first, films were silent and presented only limited competition to theatre.
  • Many traditional country artists are present in eastern and western Canada.
  • Only the last of these has survived until the present day.
  • Several candidates were presented to him including one young woman from a noble family.
  • To the present, the government has not found a solution to this problem.
  • It's like life - it presents a different face each time you take it.
  • They were very controversial in their own day, as they remain to the present day.
  • It can be prepared and presented in a variety of ways.
  • All parties must present grounds to appeal, or it will not be heard.
  • He presented his own work as well as the work of other composers.
  • He has since appeared on more television reality shows, including some presenting work.
  • The search results are usually presented in a list and are commonly called hits.
  • When he appeared either in church or chapter all present rose and bowed.
  • The controversy over this decision has lasted to the present day in both countries.
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Meaning of present

  • noun The period of time that is happening now; any continuous stretch of time including the moment of speech
    that is enough for the present, he lives in the present with no thought of tomorrow
  • noun Something presented as a gift
    his tie was a present from his wife
  • noun A verb tense that expresses actions or states at the time of speaking
  • verb Bring forward and present to the mind
    We presented the arguments to him, We cannot represent this knowledge to our formal reason
  • verb Hand over formally
  • verb Introduce
    This poses an interesting question
  • verb Formally present a debutante, a representative of a country, etc.
  • adjective Temporal sense; intermediate between past and future; now existing or happening or in consideration
    the present leader, articles for present use, the present topic, the present system, present observations
  • adjective Being or existing in a specified place
    the murderer is present in this room, present at the wedding, present at the creation