No, if you define current to mean non-sense, you get non-sense and it doesn't mean anything! "d/dt" is not a quantity and so
What if, hypothetically, the definition of current were written as i=d/dt. Does this mean "current is equal to the change in time"?
I have always had issues reading/saying/comprehending leibniz notation. I know the calculus (meaning solving the problem), I just need to conceptualize what it represents. I hate solving a problem and NOT knowing what I'm doing. :(
Any help is highly appreciated.