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Translation of "concise" - English-Turkish dictionary

concise

adjective
 
 
/kənˈsaɪs/
FEW WORDS giving a lot of information clearly in a few words
özlü, kapsamlı
Not saying muchBlunt and direct in speech and behaviourNot being friendlyDigressing and being indirect or evasive
BOOK A concise book is small.
kısaltılmış, kapsamı daraltılmış, özlü
a concise history of FranceSmallExtremely small
concisely adverb
kısa, öz bir şekilde
conciseness noun [U]
netlik
Translations of “concise”
in Vietnamese ngắn gọn…
in Spanish conciso…
in Thai สั้นกระชับ…
in Malaysian ringkas lagi padat…
in French concis…
in German prägnant…
in Chinese (Traditional) 簡潔的, 簡明的, 簡練的…
in Indonesian ringkas…
in Russian краткий…
in Chinese (Simplified) 简洁的, 简明的, 简练的…
in Polish zwięzły, mały, krótki…
(Definition of concise from the Cambridge Learner’s Dictionary English-Turkish © Cambridge University Press)
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