contemporary

形容詞
  • ja

    同時代に存在した、同時期の

    Globify による定義
  • en

    belonging to or occurring at the same time

    Globify による定義
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Welcome back to the 1990 Grammy Awards.
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Presenting 2 contemporary artists.
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One, a Grammy-nominated singer, Michael Bolton.
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The other, an outstanding sax player, Kenny G.
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According to contemporary accounts, Mary was beautiful, lively, clever,
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and spoke French, Italian, Latin, Spanish, Greek, and a bit of Scots.
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But she did not speak English.
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There was a whole raft of poets contemporary with Emily Dickinson.
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None of them would have imagined that she would become one of the flaming names of the American letters.
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Tolkien was obsessed with history and the process of writing it.
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But that’s what makes it so strange, that his thoughts about history
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were so radically different from most contemporary historians and laymen alike.
形容詞
さらに詳しく
  • ja

    belonging to or occurring in the present; existing or happening now

  • en

    belonging to or occurring in the present; existing or happening now