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present

  
[1]  
      adj  
1    prenominal   in existence at the moment in time at which an utterance is spoken or written  
2    postpositive   being in a specified place, thing, etc.  
the murderer is present in this room     
3    prenominal   now in consideration or under discussion  
the present topic, the present author     
4      (Grammar)   denoting a tense of verbs used when the action or event described is occurring at the time of utterance or when the speaker does not wish to make any explicit temporal reference  
5    Archaic   readily available; instant  
present help is at hand     
6    Archaic   mentally alert; attentive  
      n  
7    the present   the time being; now  
8      (Grammar)  
a    the present tense  
b    a verb in this tense  
9    at present   at the moment; now  
10    for the present   for the time being; temporarily,   (See also)        presents  
     (C13: from Latin praesens, from praeesse to be in front of, from prae- before, in front + esse to be)  
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present   [2]  
      vb   mainly tr  
1    to introduce (a person) to another, esp. to someone of higher rank  
2    to introduce to the public  
to present a play     
3    to introduce and compere (a radio or television show)  
4    to show; exhibit  
he presented a brave face to the world     
5    to put forward; submit  
she presented a proposal for a new book     
6    to bring or suggest to the mind  
to present a problem     
7    to give or award  
to present a prize     
8    to endow with or as if with a gift or award  
to present a university with a foundation scholarship     
9    to offer formally  
to present one's compliments     
10    to offer or hand over for action or settlement  
to present a bill     
11    to represent or depict in a particular manner  
the actor presented Hamlet as a very young man     
12    to salute someone with (one's weapon) (usually in the phrase present arms)  
13    to aim or point (a weapon)  
14    to nominate (a clergyman) to a bishop for institution to a benefice in his diocese  
15    to lay (a charge, etc.) before a court, magistrate, etc., for consideration or trial  
16    to bring a formal charge or accusation against (a person); indict  
17      (Chiefly U.S.)   (of a grand jury) to take notice of (an offence) from personal knowledge or observation, before any bill of indictment has been drawn up  
18    intr     (Med, psychol, etc.)   to seek treatment for a particular symptom or problem  
she presented with postnatal depression     
19    intr  
Informal   to produce a favourable, etc. impression  
she presents well in public, he presents as harmless but has poisoned his family     
20    present oneself   to appear, esp. at a specific time and place  
      n  
21    anything that is presented; a gift  
22    make someone a present of something   to give someone something  
I'll make you a present of a new car     
     (C13: from Old French presenter, from Latin praesentare to exhibit, offer, from praesens present1)  

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present

  
[2]  
      vb  
1    acquaint with, introduce, make known  
2    demonstrate, display, exhibit, give, mount, put before the public, put on, show, stage  
3    adduce, advance, declare, expound, extend, hold out, introduce, offer, pose, produce, proffer, put forward, raise, recount, relate, state, submit, suggest, tender  
4    award, bestow, confer, donate, entrust, furnish, give, grant, hand out, hand over, offer, proffer, put at (someone's) disposal  
      n  
5    benefaction, bonsela     (S. African)   boon, bounty, donation, endowment, favour, gift, grant, gratuity, hand-out, largesse or largess, offering, prezzie     (informal)  

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present   [1]  
      adj  
1    contemporary, current, existent, existing, extant, immediate, instant, present-day  
2    accounted for, at hand, available, here, in attendance, near, nearby, ready, there, to hand  
      n  
3    here and now, now, present moment, the time being, this day and age, today  
4    at present      at the moment, just now, now, nowadays, right now  
5    for the present      for a while, for the moment, for the nonce, for the time being, in the meantime, not for long, provisionally, temporarily  

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