Now in existence or progress; current: present-day attitudes about the family. (adjective)
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Use "present-day" in a sentence
"Not an angle as in one of the three composing a triangle, but Angle as in the Angles, who migrated from their tribal territory, Angeln, in an area overlapping present-day Denmark and Germany, to Britain."
"This region, called the Pontic Steppe, included part of present-day Ukraine, a portion of southwestern Russia, and a piece of Kazakhstan."
"While "The Buried Mirror" focuses on the relationship between Spain and Mexico, it serves to inform present-day Mexico."