[ US /ˈɹisənt/ ]
[ UK /ɹˈiːsənt/ ]
  1. approximately the last 10,000 years
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  • She has certainly branched out into more interesting work in recent years.
  • They've updated a lot of the entries in the most recent edition of the encyclopaedia.
  • The dozen pictures she had shot during a recent bath time -- including a few of Nora rinsing with a handheld shower sprayer -- were, for Cynthia, simply part of the vast photographic record she was keeping of her family's life. Lynn Powell: Pornographer or Soccer Mom?
  • I've been overdoing things a bit recently. I really need a holiday.
  • I won't go into detail over the phone, but I've been having a few health problems recently.
  • There has been a bit of a hoo-ha in recent years about how your blood type influences the type of person you are.
  • In recent years, Laganside Corporation has transformed the inner core of Belfast city centre, specifically along the Lagan river and in the surrounding area.
  • His casual reaction, "you're overreacting," "these things happen, right?" suggests they've gone through this before, with presumably the more recent procedure she discussed with her gyno. Samantha Zalaznick: Mad Men Recap: Help!
  • Omissions in my recent article must have caused confusion.
  • My most recent "convo" with a fixed-gear freestyler. BSNYC Friday Fun Quiz (Special Thursday Edition)!
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