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abbreviated

uhb ree vee ay tuhd

  • v  reduce in scope while retaining essential elements
  • v  shorten
  • s  (of clothing) very short
    an abbreviated swimsuit
  • s  cut short in duration
    the abbreviated speech

  • The abbreviated addresses that TinyURL generates are fewer than 20 characters long and never expire.
  • The Army and the White House insist the abbreviated training was adequate.
  • Micheli sentenced Guede, who'd requested a fast-track trial, to 30 years in prison, a reduction granted by the abbreviated procedure after prosecutors had requested the maximum .
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  • Gary Bettman in Seattle Times
    As I stand before you today, it is my sad duty to announce ...... it no longer is practical to conduct even an abbreviated season,commissioner Gary Bettman said.
  • Lachlan Murdoch in NEWS.com.au
    Mr Murdoch said at the time that he had impressed on the parties he had been in negotiations with "the need to be able to conclude the arrangements in an abbreviated time period".
  • Adam Gilchrist in Press Trust of India
    He's (Dhoni) such a danger to play against. I would like to see him bat up the order especially in the abbreviated version of the game. You want your best batsmen to face as many deliveries as possible,Gilchrist told reporters here today.

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