of the present or recent times; contemporary
using or having the newest methods, equipment, buildings, etc.; up to date
of a contemporary style of art, fashion, etc. especially one that is experimental and not traditional
"totem poles are modern rather than prehistoric"
"their offices are in a modern skyscraper"
"tables in modernistic designs"
"the advanced teaching methods"
"had advanced views on the subject"
"a forward-looking corporation"
"is British industry innovative enough?"
"New Hebrew is Israeli Hebrew"
Ernest Bevin owed less to formal education than any Englishman to hold so high an office..in modern times.
出自： A. Bullock