Traducción de concise en español:


conciso, adj.

Pronunciación /kənˈsaɪs/ /kənˈsʌɪs/

Ver definición en español de conciso


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    (instructions/writing) conciso
    be concise sé conciso / breve
    • concise dictionary diccionario abreviado
    • The explanation of the science at work was clear, concise and comprehensible.
    • I was given clear and concise information, and, on the basis of this, my verbal consent was obtained.
    • Above all this, we must maintain clear and concise information on the extent of the damage.
    • The bandwidth constraints of the internet force us to find more concise ways to represent information.
    • A brief and concise explanation of the rules would be appropriate but far too difficult.
    • Compared to the seeming waffle of Chamberlain, Churchill's account was clear and concise.
    • In a time of crisis, real information, supplied in clear and concise terms is gold and the rest is just dross.
    • It should have clear headings, concise paragraphs and snappy sentences.
    • Overall, the book is very useful as it provides concise recent information on the subject.
    • At the top of the slope, Lawrence offered encouragement and direction that was clear, concise, and visual.
    • She had been taken off the system because management only used staff with clear, concise and friendly voices, it said.
    • Well, the drug companies say that they provide education in a clear and concise way.
    • We need to have a clear, fairly concise, number of recognisable brands.
    • The production is clear and concise with no sounds distorting or dropping out.
    • It is fantastic - clear, concise, and just what you would need if you were visiting for the first time.
    • There are so many shows the we have to keep the reviews very short and concise.
    • It's good to see an argument stated in a clear and concise way but with all its essential components.
    • It needs to make up its mind because investors like to see a clear and concise strategy.
    • Each chapter starts with a question, which is followed by a clear and concise answer.
    • First, there must be a clear and concise formulation of the data to be transmitted.