The Word is:”now”
1. at the present time or moment.
“where are you living now?”
synonyms: at the moment, at present, just now, right now, at the present time, at the present moment, at this time, at this moment in time, currently, here and now; presently;
informal at the minute
“I’m afraid I’m extremely busy now, but I could see you in the morning”
in the present climate, things being what they are, in the present circumstances;
“television is now the main source of political information for most people”
“if we leave now we can be home by ten”
synonyms: at once, straight away, right away, right now, this minute, this instant,
informal pronto, straight off, a.s.a.p., toot sweet;
“it would be best if you leave now”
“it is now clear that we should not pursue this policy”
“what do you want now?”
“they’ve been married four years now”
“she was nineteen now, and she was alone”
2. used, especially in conversation, to draw attention to a particular statement or point in a narrative.
“now, my first impulse was to run away”
3. used in a request, instruction, or question, typically to give a slight emphasis to one’s words.
“we can hardly send her back, now can we?”
used when pausing or considering one’s next words.
“let me see now, oh yes, I remember”
4. used at the end of an ironic question echoing a previous statement.
“‘Mum says you might let me have some of your stamps.’ ‘Does she now?’”
1. as a consequence of the fact.
“they spent a lot of time together now that he had retired”
1. fashionable or up to date.
“see more of what’s now during our autumn catwalk show”
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