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Date: 1200-1300
Language: Old French
Origin: curant, present participle of courre 'to run', from Latin currere

current

1 adjective
     
cur‧rent1 S1 W1 [only before noun]
happening or existing now:
the current President
In its current state, the car is worth £1,000.

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