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now·a·days
[nou-uh-deyz]
ADVERB
1.
at the present day; in these times: Few people do their laundry by hand nowadays.
NOUN
2.
the present: The kitchens of nowadays are much more efficient than when I was a boy.
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Nowadays | Definition of Nowadays by Merriam-Webster

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Define nowadays: at the present time — nowadays in a sentence.

Nowadays | Define Nowadays at Dictionary.com

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Nowadays definition, at the present day; in these times: Few people do their laundry by hand nowadays. See more.

Grammar Girl : "Nowadays" or "Now a Days"? :: Quick and Dirty Tips ™

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Jan 31, 2011 ... "Nowadays" was spelled like "now a days" and "now adays" in Middle English, but now it's spelled like . . .

Nowadays - definition of nowadays by The Free Dictionary

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[Middle English nouadaies : nou, now; see now + a (variant of on, on; see on) + daies, genitive of dai, day; see day.] American Heritage® Dictionary of the ...

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nowadays - definition of nowadays in English | Oxford Dictionaries

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adverb. At the present time, in contrast with the past: 'the sort of clothes worn by almost all young people nowadays'. 'nowadays, many people condemn hunting'.

nowadays Definition in the Cambridge English Dictionary

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nowadays definition, meaning, what is nowadays: at the present time, in comparison to the past: . Learn more.

Nowadays, these days or today ? - English Grammar Today ...

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We can use nowadays, these days or today as adverbs meaning 'at the present time, in comparison with the past': I don't watch TV very much nowadays. There's  ...