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these days

Currently; nowadays; at present. When I was growing up, kids had discipline and structure. These days, it feels like kids are just running amok. It's just so easy to travel abroad these days.
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ˈthese days

at the present time, as compared with an earlier time; nowadays: Divorce is getting more and more common these days.
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these days

At present; nowadays.
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These days extol the dead, the sainted dead, and our concern for and relationship with the dead.