Posted by Bob on June 11, 2005
In Reply to: Currunt form posted by David FG on June 11, 2005
: : what is the currunt form
: 'On current form' means the way things are going: judging by the way that the situation is at present.
: For example, 'on current form England are unlikely to win the World Cup.' (A statement which has been true since the mid-1960s, but that is another matter.)
Not heard/used in the U.S., by the way.