最近, 近ごろの, 今次
Noun(1) approximately the last 10,000 years
Adjective(1) new(2) of the immediate past or just previous to the present time
(1) a recent case(2) One of the most popular presidents in recent memory is about to commit a cardinal sin.(3) There have been a number of other incidents of racial abuse in the area in recent weeks.(4) she denied it in a recent interview(5) according to a recent survey(6) The reason for this mistaken notion can be traced to the events of our recent past.(7) a recent book(8) he was dismayed at recent decisions(9) The idea is to help pupils continue the steady progress they have made in recent years.(10) In the wake of the food scares of recent years the organic message is hitting home.(11) there have been recent changes in prices(12) In recent years there has been a lot of money spent in Winchester by the county council.(13) My research in recent years has begun to come up with some of the answers for this.(14) the most recent earthquake was in Japan(15) it's a relatively recent phenomenon(16) her most recent film
(1) in recent years :: 近年では
1. new ::
2. not long past ::
3. late ::
Different Formsrecent, recenter, recentest, recently, recentness
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