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suc·cinct

 (sək-sĭngkt′)
adj. suc·cinct·er, suc·cinct·est
1. Characterized by clear, precise expression in few words; concise and terse: a succinct reply; a succinct style.
2. Archaic Encircled as if by a girdle; girded.

[Middle English succincte, girt, from Old French, from Latin succīnctus, past participle of succingere, to gird from below : sub-, sub- + cingere, to gird; see kenk- in Indo-European roots.]

suc·cinct′ly adv.
suc·cinct′ness n.
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Adv.1.succinctly - with concise and precise brevity; to the point; "Please state your case as succinctly as possible"; "he wrote compactly but clearly"
Translations
succincte

succinctly

[səkˈsɪŋktlɪ] ADV [express, reply, sum up] → sucintamente, de manera sucinta, concisamente
to put sth succinctlydecir algo en pocas palabras
or, to put it succinctly,o, en pocas palabras, ...

succinctly

[səkˈsɪŋktli] advsuccinctement

succinctly

advkurz und bündig, in kurzen or knappen Worten or Zügen; writein knappem or gedrängtem Stil; as he very succinctly put itwie er so treffend bemerkte

succinctly

[səkˈsɪŋktlɪ] advsuccintamente
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