Having happened, begun, or been done not long ago or not long before; belonging to a past period of time comparatively close to the present
- his recent visit to Britain
- a recent edition of the newspaper
The Holocene epoch
new; "recent graduates"; "a recent addition to the house"; "recent buds on the apple trees"
Holocene: approximately the last 10,000 years
late(a): of the immediate past or just previous to the present time; "a late development"; "their late quarrel"; "his recent trip to Africa"; "in recent months"; "a recent issue of the journal"
(recently) in the recent past; "he was in Paris recently"; "lately the rules have been enforced"; "as late as yesterday she was fine"; "feeling better of late"; "the spelling was first affected, but latterly the meaning also"
(recentness) recency: a time immediately before the present
(recentness) recency: the property of having happened or appeared not long ago
(Recently (album)) Recently was a 1987 album by Joan Baez. At the time of its release, it was the performer's first album of new material issued in the U.S. in eight years. ...
(Recently (EP)) Recently is an EP by the Dave Matthews Band, released in 1994. All songs are live recordings, except the title track "Recently", which is a studio recording. "Dancing Nancies" and "Warehouse" were recorded at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Virginia on February 21, 1994. ...
(Recency) The serial position effect, a term coined by Hermann Ebbinghaus, refers to the finding that recall accuracy varies as a function of an item's position within a study list. ...
Having happened a short while ago; Up-to-date; not old-fashioned or dated
(recentness) The characteristic of being recent
(Recently) Apparently, he does movies. In which he wears kilts and has craaaaaaaaaaazy hair. Oh and he once played the devil's kid.
(recently) bu künlеdе, cuwuq zamanda, kеb bolmay, mından alda
(recently) kono mae, kono aida, saikin
(Recency) The latest donation or activity recorded for an individual.
(Recency) A learning principle that tells us that the things that are learned last are those best remembered by the participants.
(Recency) A measure of how recently information was produced. Usually refers to the age of contacts on a rented or third-party list.
(Recency) Length of time since a customer's last purchase
(Recency) The amount of time that has elapsed since a visitor's last site visit.
(Recency) Timely, Relevant impressions
(Recency) widely-used system (not a rule NCFL or NFL), where the presiding officer not only employs precedence, but also selects speakers based on who has spoken least recently (or earlier).
(recency) Refers to how recently a prospect has made a purchase, usually part of an RFM analysis.
The recency effect suggests that individuals remember facts presented more recently. In memory tests, subjects have better recall for numbers presented at the beginning and at the end, with the worst recall for numbers in the middle.
In geology, designating the current era, from the close of the Pleistocene until the present.