- expressing much with little to no extraneous detail or words; not verbose; brief and precise.
Etymology: From Late Latin concisus ("cut short") < Latin concidere ("cut to pieces") < Latin caedere ("to cut, to strike down").
- Dutch: beknopt
- French: boncis
- Italian: conciso
- Spanish: conciso
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