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abbreviated

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishabbreviatedab‧bre‧vi‧at‧ed /əˈbriːvieɪtɪd/ adjective  SHORT/NOT LONGmade shorter Orders were passed to the commander at the front in an abbreviated form.
Examples from the Corpus
abbreviatedThe pace bowlers capitalised during the abbreviated first day, even if the close catchers didn't.Charro gave the speech again in an abbreviated form.Such abbreviated language is standard practice and will be widely adopted in the remainder of this book.If this abbreviated plan is convincing, then it can be refined to a more nearly faithful one.He gave much happiness to his family and friends during his abbreviated time on this earth.
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