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, summary, synoptic, to the point, trenchant II index brief, coherent (clear), cohesive (compact), compact (pithy), laconic, pithy, sententious, succinct, summary

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  • 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… …   New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 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 …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 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 …   English World dictionary

  • 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)) …   Etymology dictionary

  • CONCISE —   Concise Networks Central Information Service for Europe, part of the COSINE project …   Glossary of the European Union and European Communities

  • 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,… …   New thesaurus

  • 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 …   English terms dictionary

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