Associations to the word «Current»

Wiktionary

CURRENT, noun. The part of a fluid that moves continuously in a certain direction.
CURRENT, noun. (electricity) The time rate of flow of electric charge.
CURRENT, noun. A tendency or a course of events.
CURRENT, adjective. Existing or occurring at the moment.
CURRENT, adjective. Generally accepted, used, practiced, or prevalent at the moment.
CURRENT, adjective. (obsolete) Running or moving rapidly.
CURRENT ACCOUNT, noun. That part of the balance of payments recording a nation's exports and imports of goods and services and transfer payments
CURRENT ACCOUNT, noun. (British) A checking account (US) at a bank which is used for daily transactions, as opposed to a deposit account or savings account.
CURRENT ACCOUNTS, noun. Plural of current account
CURRENT AFFAIRS, noun. Recent news, especially indepth analysis of issues and events.
CURRENT ASSET, noun. (accounting) An asset on the balance sheet which is expected to be sold or otherwise used up in the near future, usually within one year, or one business cycle - whichever is longer, such as cash, accounts receivable, and inventory.
CURRENT EVENTS, noun. Current affairs; those events and issues of interest currently found in the news.

Dictionary definition

CURRENT, noun. A flow of electricity through a conductor; "the current was measured in amperes".
CURRENT, noun. A steady flow of a fluid (usually from natural causes); "the raft floated downstream on the current"; "he felt a stream of air"; "the hose ejected a stream of water".
CURRENT, noun. Dominant course (suggestive of running water) of successive events or ideas; "two streams of development run through American history"; "stream of consciousness"; "the flow of thought"; "the current of history".
CURRENT, adjective. Occurring in or belonging to the present time; "current events"; "the current topic"; "current negotiations"; "current psychoanalytic theories"; "the ship's current position".

Wise words

There is no sickness worse for me than words that to be kind must lie.
Aeschylus