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Translation of "concise" - English-Spanish dictionary

concise

adjective   /kənˈsaɪs/
short and clear, expressing what needs to be said without unnecessary words conciso Make your answers clear and concise.1203
concisely adverb   /-li/ conciseness noun [no plural]   /-nəs/ ( also concision   /-ˈsɪʒ.ən/)
(Definition of concise from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

concise

adjective /kənˈsais/
brief but comprehensive conciso a clear concise statement.
concisely adverb
con concisión He tried to sum up the situation as concisely as possible.
conciseness noun
concisión the clarity and conciseness of the statement.
(Definition of concise from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “concise”
in Vietnamese ngắn gọn…
in Malaysian ringkas lagi padat…
in Thai สั้นกระชับ…
in French concis…
in German prägnant…
in Chinese (Simplified) 简洁的, 简明的, 简练的…
in Turkish özlü, kapsamlı, kısaltılmış…
in Russian краткий…
in Indonesian ringkas…
in Chinese (Traditional) 簡潔的, 簡明的, 簡練的…
in Polish zwięzły, mały, krótki…
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