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present-day
American English: /ˈprɛznt ˈˌdeɪ/

Translation of present-day in Spanish:

adjective

  • (before noun)
    de hoy (en) día
    Example sentences
    • Contemporary plays are also bound by the facts of present-day life.
    • The film is a period thriller clearly intended to shed light on present-day problems.
    • The collapse of European fertility rates shows the force of present-day welfare state pressures.

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