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  1. modern

    • IPA[ˈmädərn]

    美式

    • adj.
      relating to the present or recent times as opposed to the remote past;characterized by or using the most up-to-date techniques, ideas, or equipment
    • n.
      a person who advocates or practices a departure from traditional styles or values.
    • noun: modern, plural noun: moderns

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    • adj.
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    • 1. relating to the present or recent times as opposed to the remote past:

      the pace of modern life

      modern U.S. history

    • 2. characterized by or using the most up-to-date techniques, ideas, or equipment:

      they do not have modern weapons

    • 3. denoting the form of a language that is currently used, as opposed to any earlier form:

      modern German

    • 4. denoting a current or recent style or trend in art, architecture, or other cultural activity marked by a significant departure from traditional styles and values:

      Matisse's contribution to modern art

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a person who advocates or practices a departure from traditional styles or values.
    • n. art of a style marked by a significant departure from traditional styles and values, in particular that created between the late 19th and the late 20th centuries:

    • she had a strong interest in modern art

      New York's Museum of Modern Art

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    • n. jazz as developed in the 1940s and 1950s, especially bebop and the music that followed it.

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    • n. a free, expressive style of dancing started in the early 20th century as a reaction to classical ballet. In recent years it has included elements not usually associated with dance, such as speech and film.

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    • n. Latin as developed since 1500, used especially in scientific terminology.

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    • n. history up to the present day, from some arbitrary point taken to represent the end of the Middle Ages. In some contexts it may be contrasted with “ancient” rather than “medieval” history, and start, e.g., from the fall of the Western Roman Empire.

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    • n. costumes for a theatrical production that are in a style from the period of performance rather than that of a play's setting or time of writing:

    • doing Shakespeare in modern dress is not an original idea

      this is a modern-dress production

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    • n. history up to the present day, from some arbitrary point taken to represent the end of the Middle Ages. In some contexts it may be contrasted with ‘ancient’ rather than ‘medieval’ history, and start (for example) from the fall of the Western Roman Empire.

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    • n. a living or modern-day language as a subject of study, as contrasted with classical Latin and Greek:

    • pupils were allowed to choose whether or not to take a modern language

      he studied modern languages at Trinity College

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    • IPA[ˈmɒd(ə)n]

    英式

    • adj.
      relating to the present or recent times as opposed to the remote past:
    • the pace of modern life

      modern European history

    • n.
      a person who advocates or practises a departure from traditional styles or values:
    • they were moderns, they must not look back towards the old generation

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