1.passing in time; belonging to the time actually passing: the current month.
2.prevalent; customary: the current practice.
3.popular; in vogue: current fashions.
4.new; present; most recent: the current issue of a publication.
5.publicly reported or known: a rumor that is current.
6.passing from one to another; circulating, as a coin.
7.Archaic . running; flowing.
8.Obsolete . genuine; authentic.
9.a flowing; flow, as of a river.
10.something that flows, as a stream.
11.a large portion of air, large body of water, etc., moving in a certain direction.
12.the speed at which such flow moves; velocity of flow.
13.Electricity . electric current.
14.a course, as of time or events; the main course; the general tendency.
Among the grim catalog of predictions is that the current top two killers-heart disease and stroke-will hold on to their rankings.
The line had softened under the heat of the high current coursing through it.
The current economic malaise will increase the pressure on companies to become more efficient.