- v replace a corner by a plane
- v approximate by ignoring all terms beyond a chosen one
truncate a series
- v make shorter as if by cutting off
truncate a word
Erosion has truncated the ridges of the mountains
- s terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off
a truncate leaf
truncated volcanic mountains
a truncated pyramid
- Bills have been introduced in Congress that would require credit bureaus to investigate discrepancies in individual reports, penalize lenders for ignoring fraud alerts, truncate .
- The great 1944 airdrop into Arnhem that was supposed to truncate the war but resulted in failure.
- Yet it lasted long enough to give the allies time to truncate Iraq's military, neutralizing its mischiefmaking potential for some time to come.
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- Ada-2012 separates engineers from poets
A splash of color here, a buffer overrun there. This method should truncate but sometimes it rounds when returning pounds. Or is it kilograms? Whatever; its close enough.
June 13, 2013 - Embedded Systems Design
- David Paterson in New York Daily News
What I will do is accept what the Legislature has given me and move forward and keep this state out of insolvency,Paterson said. "I did not think it would be prudent of me as the leader of this state right now to truncate my own...
- Mark Sanford in WFAE.org
We have a real problem if members of the General Assembly are going to try to influence and truncate an ethics committee process so they can get the intended result that they want and use it for impeachment,said Sanford.
- Mario Lemieux in 570 News
I do not see any purpose in embarking on such a limited review at this stage as it would unnecessarily truncate the review process and waste scarce judicial and other resources,Lemieux wrote.