recently

Current vs Recently - What's the difference?

current | recently |


As a noun current

is the part of a fluid that moves continuously in a certain direction.

As an adjective current

is existing or occurring at the moment.

As an adverb recently is

in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.

Jet vs Recently - What's the difference?

jet | recently |


As a proper noun jet

is a town in oklahoma.

As an adverb recently is

in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.

Recently vs Nowaday - What's the difference?

recently | nowaday |


As adverbs the difference between recently and nowaday

is that recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since while nowaday is .

As an adjective nowaday is

existing nowadays; current, present; contemporary.

As a noun nowaday is

(lb) the present period; contemporary times.

Eventually vs Recently - What's the difference?

eventually | recently |


As adverbs the difference between eventually and recently

is that eventually is in the end while recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.

Recently vs Recency - What's the difference?

recently | recency |


As an adverb recently

is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.

As a noun recency is

the property of being recent, newness.

Recently vs Then - What's the difference?

recently | then |


As adverbs the difference between recently and then

is that recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since while then is (label) at that time.

As an adjective then is

being so at that time.

As a noun then is

that time.

As a conjunction then is

.

Afterwards vs Recently - What's the difference?

afterwards | recently |


As adverbs the difference between afterwards and recently

is that afterwards is (temporal location) at a later or succeeding time while recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.

Immediately vs Recently - What's the difference?

immediately | recently |


As adverbs the difference between immediately and recently

is that immediately is in an immediate manner; instantly or without delay while recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.

As a conjunction immediately

is .

Recently vs Earlier - What's the difference?

recently | earlier |


As adverbs the difference between recently and earlier

is that recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since while earlier is (early).

As an adjective earlier is

(early).

Already vs Recently - What's the difference?

already | recently |


As adverbs the difference between already and recently

is that already is prior to some specified time, either past, present, or future; by this time; previously while recently is in the recent past; newly; lately; freshly; not long since.

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