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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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Adv.1.concisely - in a concise manner; in a few words; "the history is summed up concisely in this book"; "she replied briefly"; "briefly, we have a problem"; "to put it shortly"
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Translations
باخْتِصار، باقْتِضاب
výstižně
konsistkortfattet
meî gagnorîum hætti
zhustene
kısacaözetle

concisely

[kənˈsaɪslɪ] ADVconcisamente, con concisión
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concisely

[kənˈsaɪsli] advde façon concise
Collins English/French Electronic Resource. © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

concisely

advpräzis(e), exakt
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concisely

[kənˈsaɪslɪ] advconcisamente, brevemente
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

concise

(kənˈsais) adjective
brief but comprehensive. a clear concise statement.
conˈcisely adverb
conˈciseness noun
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References in classic literature ?
Thus if the story adopted by the poet has a strict unity, it must either be concisely told and appear truncated; or, if it conform to the Epic canon of length, it must seem weak and watery.
Now, in the words of the writer before quoted--the learned doctor himself nowhere puts it so concisely: "A man inclosed in such a closet could neither see nor be seen; neither hear nor be heard; neither feel nor be felt; neither live nor die, for both life and death are processes which can take place only where there is force, and in empty space no force could exist." Are these the awful conditions (some will ask) under which the friends of the lost are to think of them as existing, and doomed forever to exist?
"Can't have you," said Montgomery's companion, concisely.
It may not be amiss in this place concisely to remark the origin and progress of the idea, which aims at the exclusion of military establishments in time of peace.
In terms of grateful acknowledgment for the kindness of his brother, though expressed most concisely, he then delivered on paper his perfect approbation of all that was done, and his willingness to fulfil the engagements that had been made for him.
And he began clearly and concisely to explain his reasons for dissatisfaction with the Russian government.
Everybody at all addicted to letter-writing, without having much to say, which will include a large proportion of the female world at least, must feel with Lady Bertram that she was out of luck in having such a capital piece of Mansfield news as the certainty of the Grants going to Bath, occur at a time when she could make no advantage of it, and will admit that it must have been very mortifying to her to see it fall to the share of her thankless son, and treated as concisely as possible at the end of a long letter, instead of having it to spread over the largest part of a page of her own.
"The name of the place where, and of the person with whom I lived, is my secret," I replied concisely.
I was obliged to apologize, which I did more concisely than politely.
I define figure to be that in which the solid ends; or, more concisely, the limit of solid.
As concisely as possible I exposed to him the state of mind poor Mrs.
Miss Abbey, with manifest tokens of astonishment, took the diminutive document, and found it to run concisely thus:-- MISS JENNY WREN DOLLS' DRESSMAKER.