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Recent | Definition of Recent by Merriam-Webster
Recent definition is - having lately come into existence : new, fresh. How to use recent in a sentence.
Recent | Definition of Recent at Dictionary.com
adjective. of late occurrence, appearance, or origin; lately happening, done, made, etc.: recent events; a ...
Recent Synonyms, Recent Antonyms | Thesaurus.com
Another word for recent. Find more ways to say recent, along with related words, antonyms and example phrases at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free ...
RECENT | definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary
Meaning of recent in English. recent.
recent | meaning of recent in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary ...
From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishrecentre‧cent /ˈriːsənt/ ○○ ○ S2 W1 adjective RECENTLYhaving happened or started only a short time ...
recent - Dictionary Definition : Vocabulary.com
recent. If something is recent, it happened in the immediate past or not long ago. You are a recent fan of yoga if you just started liking it in the past week or two.
recent - Wiktionary
AdjectiveEdit. recent (comparative more recent, superlative most recent). Having happened a short while ago. quotations ▽.
Recent | Definition of Recent by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com ...
1Having happened, begun, or been done not long ago or not long before; belonging to a past period of time comparatively close to the present. 'his recent visit ...
RECENT (adjective) definition and synonyms | Macmillan Dictionary
Definition of RECENT (adjective): happening or starting a short time ago.
Recent - definition of recent by The Free Dictionary
re•cent. (ˈri sənt) adj. 1. of late occurrence, appearance, or origin; lately happening, done, made, etc.: recent events. 2. of or belonging to a time not long past. 3. ( ...
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