en la actualidad


en la actualidad
en la actualidad
at present
* * *
nowadays, currently, at present
* * *
= at present, nowadays, presently, today, modern-day, now, these days, at the present time, at the present, in present times, at present time, in modern times, in this day and age, currently
Ex. A number of libraries are at present involved in the conversion of their traditional card catalogues.
Ex. There is a terrific interest in Holmesiana nowadays.
Ex. The acquisitions systems is presently only available to subscribers to BOSS.
Ex. Those dates which are older than today's date are eliminated by the system.
Ex. Louis de Poincy was the governor of the French island Saint Christopher (modern-day Saint Kitts) from 1639 to 1660.
Ex. The article 'The ABC of CD: where is CD-ROM now?' is a basic introduction to CD-ROMs.
Ex. Some authors, of course, object to their work being subjected to compulsory dissection for exams in the traditional deadly manner and like Bernard Shaw, they swear to haunt anyone who so mistreats them (Shaw's ghost must be busy these days).
Ex. At the present time online catalogs seem to be prohibitively expensive for public libraries.
Ex. At present, the library board consists of: a housewife, who is serving as chairwoman, a stockbroker, a retired head of the health department, an owner of a hardware store, and an attorney = En la actualidad, la comisión de biblioteca consta de un ama de casa, que actúa de presidenta, un agente de bolsa, un director del departamento de sanidad jubilado, el propietario de una ferretería y un abogado.
Ex. The question of ideological thought (in the sense of a veiled interest-determined trend of thought) is again rearing its head in present times.
Ex. The research project explored the ways in which information is used in the UK at present time.
Ex. In modern times, the term 'ecology' has had exclusive reference to a scientific discipline and not a branch of philosophy.
Ex. In this day and age the library sociologist cannot do without using the word 'class' in the library context.
Ex. Currently, online document request services are possible, but this is not usually a feature of the facilities of any but the largest co-operatives.
* * *
= at present, nowadays, presently, today, modern-day, now, these days, at the present time, at the present, in present times, at present time, in modern times, in this day and age, currently

Ex: A number of libraries are at present involved in the conversion of their traditional card catalogues.

Ex: There is a terrific interest in Holmesiana nowadays.
Ex: The acquisitions systems is presently only available to subscribers to BOSS.
Ex: Those dates which are older than today's date are eliminated by the system.
Ex: Louis de Poincy was the governor of the French island Saint Christopher (modern-day Saint Kitts) from 1639 to 1660.
Ex: The article 'The ABC of CD: where is CD-ROM now?' is a basic introduction to CD-ROMs.
Ex: Some authors, of course, object to their work being subjected to compulsory dissection for exams in the traditional deadly manner and like Bernard Shaw, they swear to haunt anyone who so mistreats them (Shaw's ghost must be busy these days).
Ex: At the present time online catalogs seem to be prohibitively expensive for public libraries.
Ex: At present, the library board consists of: a housewife, who is serving as chairwoman, a stockbroker, a retired head of the health department, an owner of a hardware store, and an attorney = En la actualidad, la comisión de biblioteca consta de un ama de casa, que actúa de presidenta, un agente de bolsa, un director del departamento de sanidad jubilado, el propietario de una ferretería y un abogado.
Ex: The question of ideological thought (in the sense of a veiled interest-determined trend of thought) is again rearing its head in present times.
Ex: The research project explored the ways in which information is used in the UK at present time.
Ex: In modern times, the term 'ecology' has had exclusive reference to a scientific discipline and not a branch of philosophy.
Ex: In this day and age the library sociologist cannot do without using the word 'class' in the library context.
Ex: Currently, online document request services are possible, but this is not usually a feature of the facilities of any but the largest co-operatives.


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