Complete Definition of "concise"

English

Etymology
From Late Latin concisus ("cut short") < Latin concidere ("cut to pieces") < Latin caedere ("to cut, to strike down").

Pronunciation
IPA|/kÉn'saɪs/

Adjective
en-adj

  1. expressing much with little to no extraneous detail or words; not verbose; brief and precise.

Translations
trans-top|brief and precise
Czech: struÄný m
Dutch: beknopt f
Finnish: ytimekäs, lyhytsanainen
French: boncis
Hebrew: ת×צ××ª× (tamtzity) m, ת×צ×ת×ת (tamtzityt) f
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Italian: conciso
Spanish: conciso f
Swedish: koncis, kortfattad
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Synonyms
succinct

See also
concision
conciseness
succinct


Italian

Adjective
concise f

  1. Feminine plural form of conciso

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