Pronunciation of Present
/pɹˈɛzənt/, /pɹˈɛzənt/, /p_ɹ_ˈɛ_z_ə_n_t/
Synonyms for present:
empty-handed, token, bodily, trot out, drop off, wheel out, make with, give over to, give back, presentation, alive, receive, pass out, presence, heap, give away, meet up, make over, hand down, settle on, show off, plead, expound, bump into, pass around, largesse, perform, new, already.
part with, make over, impart.
Other synonyms and related words:
express, acquaint, allege, current, shew, immediate, plead, produce, afford, invest, proffer, point, state, stage, presentation, confer, yield, introduce, evidence, actual, attendant, set, adduce, represent, put.
existing; at this time (adjective)
discernible, Exhibited, touchable, proved, corporeal, embodied, viewable, palpable, observable, Displayed, perceivable, Appeared, Manifested, tangible, demonstrated, Shown, revealed, Materialized, concrete, visible, evidential, incarnate.
nearby, here (adjective)
show up, in attendance, attendant.
Sense 2 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Sense 5 (noun)
proffer, part with.
Sense 6 (noun)
hand back, confer.
Sense 7 (noun)
Sense 8 (noun)
Sense 10 (noun)
Sense 12 (noun)
Sense 14 (noun)
quid pro quo, counteroffer.
Sense 15 (noun)
existing time (noun)
now, here and now.
bequeath, dole, pledge, pay, allot, expend, attribute, lend, consign, donate, fund, ascribe, award, devote, assign, lavish, assist, provide, furnish, shower, deliver, help, contribute, serve, supply, send, dispense, share, allow, ration, disburse.
give, hand over (verb)
introduce; demonstrate (verb)
expound, lay, advance, DO, proffer, exhibit, acquaint, stage, state, offer, produce, show, display, adduce, perform, give, pitch, extend, allege, submit, expose, put forward, trot out, pose, manifest, cite, tender.
Usage examples for present:
- And so it was, and is to this present time. - "The Fairies and the Christmas Child", Lilian Gask.
- Only it is never likely to be less than at the present moment. - "Mr. Isaacs", F. Marion Crawford.
- I suppose I shall get over this feeling, think no more about it than any one else does, but at present it is new to me. - "Peking Dust", Ellen N. La Motte.