Definitions and translations for "terse"

Definition of terse

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Adjective
1. Polished, burnished; smooth; fine, neat, spruce.
2. Brief, concise, to the point.
3. Abruptly or brusquely short.
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English - English - terse

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adj. concise, succinct, curt, short
v. wipe, wipe away, dry, wipe dry
adj. pure, terse, clean

English - Spanish - terse

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adj. conciso, brusco, sucinto; terso

Spanish - English - terse

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[tersar] v. smooth, make smooth; gloss, add a shiny finish to

English - French - terse

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adj. concis; laconique

English - German - terse

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adj. knapp; kurz und bündig

English - Indonesian - terse

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a. pendek, ringkas, rapi

English - Italian - terse

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agg. succinto, conciso, essenziale; terso, forbito

English - Polish - terse

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a. zwięzły, lapidarny, dosadny, krótki, lakoniczny, jędrny, węzłowaty, treściwy

English - Portuguese - terse

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adj. sintetizado, resumido

English - Romanian - terse

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a. concis, clar

English - Russian - terse

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прил. сжатый, краткий, немногословный

English - Turkish - terse

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s. özlü, veciz, kısa ve öz

English - Ukrainian - terse

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a. стислий, небагатослівний, пригладжений

English - Dutch - terse

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bn. kort (en bondig), beknopt, kortaf, gedrongen

English - Greek - terse

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επίθ. λιτός, ξηρός, σύντομος και πλήρης ένοιας

English - Arabic - terse

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‏وجيز، جامع، مقتضب‏

English - Chinese - terse

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(形) 精练的, 简练的

English - Chinese - terse

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(形) 精練的, 簡練的

English - Hindi - terse

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a. संक्षिप्त, मुख़्तसर

English - Japanese - terse

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(形) 簡潔な, 短い

English - Korean - terse

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형. 간결한, 야무진, 짧은

English - Vietnamese - terse

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a. vắn tắc, gọn
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Synonyms for terse
condensed: little, abrupt, compact, concise, curt, laconic, pithy