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  • 1 Concise — Basisdaten Staat: Schweiz Kanton …

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  • 2 Concise — Vue du village Administration Pays Suisse …

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  • 4 concise — concise, terse, succinct, laconic, summary, pithy, compendious are comparable when meaning briefly stated or presented or given to or manifesting brevity in statement or expression. A person is concise who speaks or writes briefly ; a thing is… …

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  • 5 Concise — Con*cise , a. [L. concisus cut off, short, p. p. of concidere to cut to pieces; con + caedere to cut; perh. akin to scindere to cleave, and to E. shed, v. t.; cf. F. concis.] Expressing much in a few words; condensed; brief and compacted; used of …

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  • 6 concise — [kən sīs′] adj. [L concisus, cut off, brief, pp. of concidere, to cut off < com , intens. + caedere, to cut: see CIDE] brief and to the point; short and clear concisely adv. conciseness n. SYN. CONCISE implies the stating of much in few words …

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  • 7 concise — I adjective abbreviated, abridged, abstracted, brief, capsule, capsulized, compact, compacted, compendious, compressed, condensed, contracted, curtailed, curtate, epigrammatic, epitomized, laconic, pithy, short, shortened, succinct, summarized,… …

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  • 8 concise — 1580s, from L. concisus cut off, brief, pp. of concidere to cut off, cut up, cut through, cut to pieces, from com , intensive prefix (see COM (Cf. com )), + caedere to cut (see CIDE (Cf. cide)) …

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  • 9 CONCISE —   Concise Networks Central Information Service for Europe, part of the COSINE project …

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  • 10 concise — [adj] short, to the point abridged, boiled down*, breviloquent, brief, compact, compendiary, compendious, compressed, condensed, curt, epigrammatic, in a nutshell*, laconic, lean, marrowy, meaty, pithy, short and sweet*, succinct, summary,… …

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  • 11 concise — ► ADJECTIVE ▪ giving a lot of information clearly and in few words. DERIVATIVES concisely adverb conciseness noun concision noun. ORIGIN Latin concisus cut up, cut down …

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  • 12 Concise — For the English word, see the Wiktionary definition of concise. Concise Concise village and church of Saint Jean Baptiste …

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  • 13 concise — adjective Etymology: Latin concisus, from past participle of concidere to cut up, from com + caedere to cut, strike Date: circa 1590 marked by brevity of expression or statement ; free from all elaboration and superfluous detail < a concise… …

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  • 14 concise — [[t]kənsa͟ɪs[/t]] 1) ADJ GRADED Something that is concise says everything that is necessary without using any unnecessary words. Burton s text is concise and informative... Whatever you are writing make sure you are clear, concise, and accurate.… …

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  • 15 concise — concisely, adv. /keuhn suys /, adj. expressing or covering much in few words; brief in form but comprehensive in scope; succinct; terse: a concise explanation of the company s retirement plan. [1580 90; < L concisus cut short (ptp. of concidere) …

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  • 16 concise — I (New American Roget s College Thesaurus) adj. succinct, short, brief, terse, laconic, epigrammatic, summary, compact. See shortness. II (Roget s IV) modif. Syn. succinct, brief, condensed, terse, pithy, laconic, compact, compressed, condensed,… …

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  • 17 concise — con•cise [[t]kənˈsaɪs[/t]] adj. expressing much in few words; brief but comprehensive; succinct; terse • Etymology: 1580–90; < L concīsus cut short, orig. ptp. of concīdere to cut up con•cise′ly, adv. syn: concise, succinct, terse refer to… …

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  • 18 concise — ● concis, concise adjectif (latin concisus, de concidere, couper) Qui exprime beaucoup de choses en peu de mots ; qui est exprimé en peu de mots ; bref ; laconique, succinct : Soyez concis. Texte concis. ● concis, concise (synonymes) adjectif… …

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  • 19 concise — con|cise [kənˈsaıs] adj [Date: 1500 1600; : Latin; Origin: concisus, from the past participle of concidere to cut up , from com ( COM ) + caedere to cut ] 1.) short, with no unnecessary words = ↑brief ▪ Your summary should be as clear and concise …

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  • 20 concise — See succinct. See succinct, concise …

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