Translation of modern-day in Spanish:

modern-day

de hoy (en) día, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌmɑdərnˈdeɪ//ˌmɒd(ə)nˈdeɪ/

adjective

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    de hoy (en) día
    de nuestro tiempo
    • Fittingly, the story of Britain's relationship with its underwear ends with a modern-day corset.
    • He contrasts the modern-day resurgence of Islam with the enervation of Europe.
    • Moscow and London concluded a non-aggression pact and agreed the bounds of modern-day Afghanistan.
    • It is the modern-day equivalent of finding the right cave, keeping it dry and decorating it with pretty cave paintings.
    • The description of being drunk on too much wine and going into brothels made me think how little modern-day life has changed.
    • The Whitbread was first run in 1957 and was the forerunner of all modern-day sponsorships.
    • The question was: how do you translate Quixote for a modern-day audience?
    • In the 19th century, a laboratory existed in part of the modern-day district of Belmont.
    • I'm fascinated by the way that modern-day culture resonates with the whispers, sighs and echoes of ghosts.
    • The play is a sad, beautifully written, modern-day tragic love story.
    • No-one is under any illusion that drugs are the scourge of modern-day society.
    • What made the 1973 film stand out was that it set its demonic possession in a humdrum modern-day context.
    • It's a modern-day fairy tale, folks, because, you see, they did get on the telly after all.
    • The modern-day comedians still look at them as the first and the best.
    • If you want to rub shoulders with the modern-day glitterati, go for dinner at any of the restaurants by the harbour.
    • Society nowadays is much more violent than it was 30 years ago and the screens are a modern-day necessity.
    • These men are modern-day pirates, bringing terror to the high seas.
    • A force with fewer than 1,600 officers was not equipped to deal with modern-day crime, he said.
    • The methods used have changed little over the centuries and appear quaint compared with modern-day forestry.
    • People who reflect the wide diversity which exists in modern-day Scotland are needed for this vital work.