recently ; lately ; latterly ; of late ; in recent days ; as of late.
This revised chapter modified the code in keeping with the recently agreed ISBD(M), and proposed a slightly different description for monographs.
A work that we got lately - maybe you know it, 'Jody' is its title - is really all about a woman, an adopted child, trying to trace her identity.
During its first decade, TEX has been at home mainly in the academic world, but latterly it has spread into industry = During its first decade, TEX has been at home mainly in the academic world, but latterly it has spread into industry.
The archive profession has of late stressed its distinctiveness from the library and historical discipline.
Angolan authorities are struggling to cope with more than 20,000 people expelled from the Democratic Republic of Congo in recent days.
It has been so damn dreary in Pittsburgh as of late, raining just about every day with little or no sunshine, so I've been in a very doomy mood.
Experts feel that unless a retaining wall is built the structure of the newly-built assembly hall may collapse.
newly defined [newly-defined]
This paper explains a newly-defined concept named the Internet smart card.
Copies can generally be recognized by such signs as set-off from fresh-made proofs, inky thumb-marks, and a general air of dog-eared grubbiness.
in more recent times
Incomplete and anachronistic readings of the records from the 1612 trial for her rape have underpinned an image of Artemisia as, in the older treatments, a flirt and vamp or, in more recent ones, a feminist and resister of male violence.
More recently, we have seen the development of such subjects as molecular biology, which involves the merging, or 'fusion', of disciplines such as physics and biology which had previously been thought of as totally distinct = Más recientemente, hemos visto el desarrollo de materias como la biología molecular, que consiste en la fusión de disciplinas como la física y la biología que previamente se concebían como totalmente diferentes.
This paper reviews the recently released standards for writable optical discs.
newly created [newly-created]
newly developed [newly-developed]
This article describes the setting up of a permanent exhibition in the newly-created Clinical Research Unit Library at University College Galway, Eire.
The author analyzes seven newly developed formulas that reorder the retrieved documents.
A newly-discovered document establishes the birth date of the artist as 1827.
In the former socialist countries of East Europe there has been an emphasis on the 'newly freed' social sciences and on 'catching up' in the applied sciences and technology.
recientemente + Participio/Adjetivo
newly + Participio/Adjetivo
The terminology, much of it being either newly coined or adapted to suit the purpose at hand, is sometimes rather intricate.
In order to buff a newly painted car, make sure not to press as hard because the car isn't going to have as many contaminants on the surface.
Here all the bibliographical aids are to hand, to enable the adviser to answer questions concerning titles of books in print, and of newly published books not held in the library.
The hotel features 428 newly renovated guest rooms with upscale southwestern décor and private balconies with gorgeous mountain views = El hotel ofrece 428 habitaciones renovadas recientemente con una decoración de lujo al estilo del suroeste del país y balcones con magníficas vistas a las montañas.