moderns

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Noun[edit]

moderns

  1. plural of modern

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Etymology[edit]

Via othe European languages, ultimately a borrowing from Late Latin modernus, from Latin modo ‎(just now), originally ablative of modus ‎(measure); hence, by measure, “just now.”

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moderns (def. modernais, comp. modernāks, sup. vismodernākais; adv. moderni)

  1. modern (pertaining to the society, science, technique, art of a certain time period, usually the current one)
    modernā tehnikamodern technique
    moderna lielpilsetamodern city
    moderna izrādemodern spectacle, show
    moderna viesnīcamodern hotel
    tā bija skaista, moderna' celtne, gandrīz pils, ar terasēm un balkoniem — that was a beautiful, modern building, almost a palace, with terraces and balconies
    viņiem pat prātā neienāk, ka Āfrikā ir daudz skaistu un modernu pilsētu — it doesn't enter their heads that there are many beautiful, modern cities in Africa
  2. modern, fashionable, trendy, stylish (corresponding to the current mode or fashion)
    moderna frizūramodern, fashionable hairdo
    moderns apģērbsmodern, fashionable outfit, clothes
    moderns svārku piegriezumsmodern skirt cut
    telpā bija moderni, tumši lakoti galdiņi — in the room there were modern,

dark varnished tables

  1. viņš bija ģērbies gaisā uzvalkā, modernā kaklasaitē un vieglās sandalēs — he was dressed in a light-colored suit, a modern, stylish necktie and light sandals
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Swedish[edit]

Noun[edit]

moderns

  1. definite genitive singular of moder
  2. definite genitive singular of mor