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at the moment

Right now. I'm sorry, but we're not accepting applications at the moment. She's busy at the moment—can she call you back later?
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at the ˈmoment

now; at the present time: ‘The number is engaged at the moment.’ ‘OK, I’ll phone again later.’I’m unemployed at the moment.
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CD: I was very interested in discussing with him his cultural position at the moment.
At the moment, you have to be a little naive to think you will represent the world.
Contemporary African cultures, Muslim and Arabic cultures, are not easily integrated at the moment with "contemporary art" itself, but they are developing very specific cultural articulations under precarious or emergency conditions.
It's also a question of what you do with countries that privilege other forms of contemporary culture at the moment.
The art world, at the moment, is becoming a little autistic, because it has no real connection to the outside world.
He has told people exactly what they didn't want to hear, at the moments they didn't want to hear it, in a way that has been impossible to Ignore.