- adj. 同时代的；当代的
- n. 同时代的人；同龄人
- [A]当代的 modern; belonging to the present time
- 同时代的,同属一个时期的 of or belonging to the same time
a person of nearly the same age as another
characteristic of the present;
"contemporary trends in design"
"the role of computers in modern-day medicine"
belonging to the present time;
occurring in the same period of time;
"a rise in interest rates is often contemporaneous with an increase in inflation"
"the composer Salieri was contemporary with Mozart"
- Marlowe was contemporary with Shakespeare.
- He had devoted his whole life to the study of contemporary art.
- Thackeray is a contemporary of Dickens.
- She and I were contemporaries at college.
- He is a contemporary of mine, but our experiences are completely different.
- My studies were devoted almost entirely to contemporary literature.
- The telephone and the gramophone were contemporary.
- Bach and Handel were contemporary composers.
- Shakespeare was not contemporary with Dickens.
Writers contemporary with the events they write of.出自： M. Pattison
The..changes in Scottish mind and manners..did not come to any serious collision with the..church, such as marked contemporary movements of opinion in France.出自： G. M. Trevelyan