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abbreviate

verb   /əˈbriː·vi·eɪt/ ( present participle abbreviating, past tense and past participle abbreviated)
to make a word or phrase shorter abreviar The word ‘street’ is often abbreviated to ‘St’.
(Definition of abbreviate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

abbreviate

verb /əˈbriːvieit/
to shorten (a word, phrase etc) abreviar ’Frederick’ is often abbreviated to ’Fred’.
abbreviation noun
a shortened form of a word etc abreviatura ’Sub’ is an abbreviation of ’submarine’.
(Definition of abbreviate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “abbreviate”
in Korean 줄여 쓰다…
in Arabic يَخْتَصِر…
in Malaysian meringkaskan…
in French abréger…
in Russian сокращать, урезать(текст, слово)…
in Chinese (Traditional) 縮略,縮寫…
in Italian abbreviare…
in Turkish bir ifadeyi, sözcüğü kısaltmak…
in Polish skracać…
in Vietnamese viết tắt…
in Portuguese abreviar…
in Thai ทำให้สั้นลง…
in German abkürzen…
in Catalan abreujar…
in Japanese ~を短縮する, 省略する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 缩略,缩写…
in Indonesian menyingkat…
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