corriente = common adjective

corriente = current feminine noun

1corriente

adjective

English Translation of CORRIENTE

1
: common, everydaylas intoxicaciones son bastante corrientes en verano cases of food poisoning are fairly common in summer la cocaína era corriente en sus fiestas cocaine was commonly used or commonplace was at their parties aquí es corriente que la policía te pida la documentación here it's quite common for the police to ask you for identification una combinación de cualidades que no es corriente encontrar en una misma persona a combination of qualities not commonly or often found in the same person un término de uso corriente a common term lo corriente es llamar antes de venir the usual thing is to phone before coming es corriente que la familia de la novia pague la boda it's customary for the bride's family to pay for the wedding
2
: current, presentel día 2 del corriente mes de marzo (on) the second of this month tiene corriente la documentación his papers are in order todo está corriente para nuestra partida everything is ready or fixed up for our departure está corriente en los pagos he is up to date with his payments
3
Mexico : cheap, trashyno es nada especial, es solo un anillo corriente it's nothing special, it's just an ordinary ring tiene un trabajo corriente y moliente he has a very ordinary job
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perro corriente Mexico : mutt

Related to CORRIENTE

2corriente

feminine noun

English Translation of CORRIENTE

1
: current corriente alterna alternating current direct current corriente continua la corriente lo arrastraba hacia el mar the current was carrying him out to sea
2
: drafthay mucha corriente it's very draughty
3
tendencia : tendency, trenduna corriente más radical dentro del partido a more radical tendency within the party la corriente renovadora de la derecha the trend towards renewal on the Right las corrientes modernas del arte modern trends in art

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