Definition of in this day and age in English:

in this day and age

phrase

  • At the present time.

    ‘you can't be too careful in this day and age’
    • ‘It's ridiculous that in this day and age, the manure is allowed to drop onto the roadway and remain there.’
    • ‘But in this day and age, the very idea of any woman having to wait to be asked is intriguing to say the least.’
    • ‘Imagine, in this day and age, not being able to turn your pack of biscuits around and find out what's in them.’
    • ‘In a fit of need - who can live without a printer in this day and age?’
    • ‘It is generally accepted in this day and age that the free market is the best way of providing most of the goods and services we want.’
    • ‘I suppose it shows that no town is exempt from violence in this day and age.’
    • ‘They want information and in this day and age there is information galore to wallow in.’
    • ‘Its almost unseemly in this day and age to have so many children - still, she's rich.’
    • ‘It is time we realized that in this day and age of science we do not need these prehistoric doctrines to rule our lives.’
    • ‘But if you think about it, who in this day and age can do anything without electricity?’
    • ‘But really: do people still think like that about the television set, in this day and age?’
    • ‘I find it mind-boggling that people can believe such nonsense in this day and age.’
    • ‘The school concern regarding drug taking is valid, however this is a problem all schools have to cope with in this day and age.’
    • ‘I don't feel the least sorry for them, not in this day and age, when birth control is cheap and easy.’
    • ‘Even in this day and age, there are those who face a cold and hungry Christmas.’
    • ‘You don't think of it in this day and age of computers and telephones.’
    • ‘Can anybody seriously see the public acquiescing to such restrictions in this day and age?’
    • ‘Lets be honest about it, in this day and age there are enough things to worry about, if you choose to, to keep you going for year.’
    • ‘Certain areas are not safe for certain people, which is a pretty sad statement in this day and age.’
    • ‘Is this a heat of the moment response or a planned reaction to sporting events in this day and age?’
    nowadays, at the present time, these days, in these times, at this time, in this day and age, now, just now, right now, currently, at present, at the present moment, at this moment in time