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curt

adjective   /kɜːt/ disapproving
If someone’s manner or speech is curt, it is rude as a result of being very quick. (of someone’s manner or speech) rude as a result of being very quick or brief seco, cortante to give a curt nod/reply Andy was very curt with him.10421203
curtly adverb   /ˈkɜːt.li/
de manera cortante Steve answered curtly and turned his back on me.10421203
curtness noun [no plural]   /ˈkɜːt.nəs/
(Definition of curt from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

curt

adjective /kəːt/
rudely brief brusco, seco, corto a curt reply.
curtly adverb
bruscamente She answered his questions curtly.
curtness noun
brusquedad We were slightly taken aback by the curtness of her reply.
(Definition of curt from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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