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Translation of "brief" - English-Spanish dictionary

brief

adjective   /briːf/
B1 lasting only for a short time breve a brief visit
B1 using only a few words breve a brief description
in brief
using only a few words en pocas palabras world news in brief
briefly adverb /briːf·li/
B1 brevemente They discussed the matter briefly.
(Definition of brief from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

brief

adjective /briːf/
not long; short breve a brief visit He gave us a brief account of what happened.
briefing noun
instructions and information instrucciones, sesión informativa The pilots were given a briefing before they flew the mission.
briefly adverb
brevemente, resumidamente, en pocas palabras He told me briefly what he knew.
briefs noun plural
(used especially in shops) women’s pants or men’s underpants calzoncillos; bragas; ropa interior a pair of cotton briefs.
brevity /ˈbrevəti/ noun
shortness (of speech, writing, time etc) brevedad, concisión He is not well known for the brevity of his speeches.
briefcase noun
a light case for papers, made of leather etc maletín a leather briefcase.
in brief
in a few words en resumen, en resumidas cuentas In brief, we have been successful Here’s today’s news in brief.
(Definition of brief from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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