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con·cise

 (kən-sīs′)
adj.
Expressing much in few words; clear and succinct.

[Latin concīsus, past participle of concīdere, to cut up : com-, intensive pref.; see com- + caedere, to cut; see kaə-id- in Indo-European roots.]

con·cise′ly adv.
con·cise′ness n.
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concise

(kənˈsaɪs)
adj
expressing much in few words; brief and to the point
[C16: from Latin concīsus cut up, cut short, from concīdere to cut to pieces, from caedere to cut, strike down]
conˈcisely adv
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con•cise

(kənˈsaɪs)

adj.
expressing much in few words; brief but comprehensive; succinct; terse.
[1580–90; < Latin concīsus cut short, orig. past participle of concīdere to cut up]
con•cise′ly, adv.
syn: concise, succinct, terse refer to speech or writing that uses few words to say much. concise implies that unnecessary details or verbiage have been eliminated: a concise summary of a speech. succinct suggests clarity of expression as well as brevity: praised for her succinct statement of the problem. terse suggests brevity combined with wit or polish to produce particularly effective expression; however, it may also suggest brusqueness: a terse prose style; offended by a terse reply.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.concise - expressing much in few words; "a concise explanation"
taciturn - habitually reserved and uncommunicative
prolix - tediously prolonged or tending to speak or write at great length; "editing a prolix manuscript"; "a prolix lecturer telling you more than you want to know"
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concise

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concise

adjective
Marked by or consisting of few words that are carefully chosen:
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Translations
مَوْجَزوجيزوَجيز، مُخْتَصَر
stručnýstručný ale výstižný
konciskonsiskortfattet
lyhyt
kratak
gagnorîur
簡潔な
간결한
glaustaiglaustas
kodolīgskoncentrēts
zgoščen
koncis
สั้นกระชับ
cô đọng

concise

[kənˈsaɪs] ADJconciso
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concise

[kənˈsaɪs] adj
(= short and to the point) → concis(e)
(= abridged) [edition, version] → abrégé(e)
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concise

adjpräzis(e), exakt; concise dictionaryHandwörterbuch nt
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concise

[kənˈsaɪs] adjconciso/a
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concise

(kənˈsais) adjective
brief but comprehensive. a clear concise statement.
conˈcisely adverb
conˈciseness noun
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concise

مَوْجَز stručný koncis präzise συνοπτικός conciso lyhyt concis kratak conciso 簡潔な 간결한 bondig kortfattet zwięzły conciso немногословный koncis สั้นกระชับ kısa ve öz cô đọng 简明的
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concise

a. conciso-a; definido-a.
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