At the present time, in contrast with the past: the sort of clothes worn by almost all young people nowadays [sentence adverb]: nowadays, many people condemn hunting
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- There are a lot of solutions available to these problems nowadays that might not have been available in the past.
- It is not surprising then that nowadays all sorts of dubious rights claims have been advanced.
- They rightly pointed out that nowadays you can prevent or detect these problems early.
these days, today, at the present time, in these times, in this day and age, now, currently, at the moment, at present, at this moment in time;
in the present climate, presently
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