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Difference between Go current and Go with the current

go current

1. be in circulation or in common use:

  • Now what would be nice, is if users of these packages could test them out as much as possible before they go current.

2. be generally accepted:

  • He returns forever to the old stories of the Prophets as they went current in the Arab memory…

go with the current—(also: go with the stream) act or think as the majority of people do:

  • These are the people who mutter lies about the futility of fighting the times … who advise us to go with the current.

Cf.: swim against the current—go against prevailing opinion or thought:

  • Dr. Lewis adopts a personal, creative approach to healing which I would say is swimming against the current of “evidence based medicine.”