Definition of currently in English:

currently

adverb

  • At the present time.

    ‘the EC is currently attempting greater economic integration’
    • ‘He has followed the event since its inception and can currently talk about little else.’
    • ‘The talented youngster is currently learning to play the keyboard and is a keen dancer.’
    • ‘She is currently working on her third novel that will be partly based in the North of England.’
    • ‘The service is currently aimed at men, but is set to expand into the ladies' market soon.’
    • ‘It will take in work currently being done by the departments of social care and education.’
    • ‘We currently have an awful national team, but we don't suffer from a lack of talent.’
    • ‘If that is the case then it will have to be a slightly bigger course than the one currently envisaged.’
    • ‘He said this could be achieved by allowing crews to do overtime which is currently banned.’
    • ‘So far there are five injunctions in place but more are currently being processed.’
    • ‘The couple are currently on honeymoon in Cyprus and will be returning in a week's time.’
    • ‘He is currently trying to design and build a vehicle to land on the surface of the planet Mercury.’
    • ‘I am currently looking for an answer to ensure the staff and kids are looked after.’
    • ‘The land is currently used for turf cutting and for the commercial storage of caravans.’
    • ‘The road to the Planks is currently shut, and people cannot walk or park their cars there.’
    • ‘There is currently no suggestion that he was involved in illegal trading in drugs.’
    • ‘Inflation is currently at its lowest in living memory and has been for years now.’
    • ‘He is the most damnably varied of the big hitters currently in action in contemporary art.’
    • ‘All of the books mentioned here are currently in print and available from good book shops.’
    • ‘He hopes to use the existing entrance to the land which is currently agricultural.’
    • ‘The biggest swarm of locusts in a decade is currently devouring crops in West Africa.’
    nowadays, at the present time, these days, in these times, at this time, in this day and age, now, just now, right now, currently, at present, at the present moment, at this moment in time
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Pronunciation

currently

/ˈkʌrəntli/