recent englannista suomeksi
viimeaikainen, äskeinen, tuore
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Having done something a short while ago that distinguishes them as what they are called.
Particularly in geology, palaeontology, and astronomy: having occurred a relatively short time ago, but still potentially thousands or even millions of years ago.
2020 October 4, Evan Gough, "We Now Have Proof a Supernova Exploded Perilously Close to Earth 2.5 Million Years Ago", ''Science Alert'':
- Finding it now means it was produced in more recent times, in astronomical terms.
Of the Holocene, particularly pre-21st century.Oxford English Dictionary, 3rd ed. quotes "P. Gibbard & T. van Kolfschoten in F. Gradstein et al. Geol. Time Scale 2004 xxii. 451/2 The term 'Recent' as an alternative to Holocene is invalid and should not be used."
An earlier term for the Holocene.