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abbreviate
/ əbriːviet /

glagol

Sinonimi:
abridge · contract · cut · foreshorten · reduce · shorten

1. To shorten words, usually by reducing them to their initials
2. To shorten or condense anything, especially in duration

abridge
/ əbrɪdʒ /

glagol

Sinonimi:
foreshorten · abbreviate · shorten · cut · contract · reduce

Sinonimi:
abbreviate · contract · cut · foreshorten · reduc · shorten

1. To reduce in scope while retaining essential elements
2. Lessen, diminish, or curtail; SYN. foreshorten, abbreviate, shorten, cut, contract, reduce.

circumcise
/ sɝːkəmsaɪz /

glagol

Sinonimi:

1. To cut the foreskin off male babies or teenage boys.
2. To cut the skin over the clitoris.

condense
/ kəndens /

glagol

Sinonimi:
concentrate · contract · concentrate

Sinonimi:
concentrate · contract · digest · distil · distill

1. To become more compact or concentrated.
2. To cause a gas or vapor to change into a liquid.
3. To compress or concentrate; SYN. concentrate, contract.
4. To develop due to condensation.
5. To make more concise; SYN. concentrate.
6. To remove water from.
7. To undergo condensation; change from a gaseous to a liquid state.

contract
/ kɑːntrækt /

glagol

Sinonimi:
abbreviate · abridge · compact · compress · concentrate · condense · constrict · cut · foreshorten · get · narrow · narrow down · press · reduce · shorten · shrink · sign · sign on · sign up · squeeze · take · undertake

Legal agreement between two or more parties, where each party agrees to do something. For example, a contract of employment is a legal agreement between an employer and an employee and lays out the conditions of employment. Contracts need not necessarily be written; they can be verbal contracts. In consumer law, for example, a contract is established when a good is sold.
A contract made in the proper form may be unenforceable if it is made under a mistake, misrepresentation, duress, or undue influence, or if one of the parties does not have the capacity to make it (for example, minors and people who are insane). Illegal contracts are void, including those to commit a crime or civil wrong, those to trade with the enemy, immoral contracts, and contracts in restraint of trade. Contracts by way of gaming and wagering are also void.
In a contract each party mutually obliges himself or herself to the other for exchange of property or performance for a consideration.

curtail
/ kərteɪl /

glagol

Sinonimi:
clip · curb · cut back · cut short · restrict

1. To cut off the end or tail of; to shorten; to abridge; to diminish; to reduce.
2. To interrupt.

cut back
/ ˈkət ˈbæk /

glagol

Sinonimi:
bring down · clip · crop · curb · curtail · cut · cut down · dress · flash back · lop · prune · reduce · restrict · snip · trim · trim back · trim down

To return in time; of films or stories; SYN. flash back.

cut down
/ ˈkət ˈdaʊn /

glagol

Sinonimi:
bring down · cut · cut back · cut out · down · drop · fell · knock down · mow · pull down · push down · reduce · slash · strike down · trim · trim back · trim down

To intercept (a player), in baseball; SYN. cut out.

cut
/ ˈkət /

glagolgramatika

Sinonimi:
abbreviate · abridge · bring down · burn · contract · curve · cut away · cut back · cut down · cut into · cut off · cut out · cut to · cut up · dilute · disregard · edit · edit out · foreshorten · geld · hack · ignore · issue · make out · prune · rationalise · rationalize · reduce · sheer · shorten · skip · slew · slue · snub · swerve · switch off · tailor · thin · thin out · trend · trim · trim back · trim down · turn off · turn out · veer · write out

(Irregular preterit, past participle: cut).
1. To separate with or as if with an instrument.
2. To shorten as if by severing the edges or ends of.
3. To make an incision or separation.
4. To function as a cutting instrument.
5. To form or shape by cutting or incising; SYN. cut out.
6. To form by probing, penetrating, or digging.
7. To fell by sawing; hew.
8. To allow incision or separation.
9. To cease, stop; SYN. cut off.
10. To divide at random.
11. To have grow through the gums.
12. (Film) To make an abrupt change of image or sound.
13. To intentionally fail to attend; SYN. skip.
14. To hit (a ball) with a spin so that it turns in the opposite direction.
15. To give the appearance or impression of.
16. To create by recording electronically.
17. To discharge from a group.
18. To dissolve by breaking down the fat of.
19. To pass directly and often in haste.
20. To pass through or across.
21. To perform or carry out.
22. To eliminate a part from the whole.
23. To style and tailor in a certain fashion; SYN. style, tailor.
24. To weed out unwanted or unnecessary things; SYN. prune, rationalize.
25. To move, as of a fist in boxing.

cut short
/ ˈkət ˈʃɔːrt /

glagol

Sinonimi:
break short · break off

Sinonimi:
break off · break short · clip · curtail · truncate

1. To cause to end earlier than intended.
2. To interrupt before its natural or planned end; SYN. break short, break off.

decurtate

glagol

To curtail, shorten or abbreviate; shortened

defalcate
/ dɪfælkeɪt /

glagol

Sinonimi:
embezzle · malversate · misappropriate · peculate

To embezzle money held on trust; to embezzle.

detruncate
/ dɪtrʌŋkeɪt /

glagol

Cut short; lop.

encapsulate
/ enkæpsəlet /

glagol

Sinonimi:
capsule · capsulise · capsulize

1. To enclose in a capsule or other small container.
2. To put in a short or concise form; reduce in volume.

epitomize
/ əpɪtəmaɪz /

glagol

Sinonimi:
epitomise · typify

(Alternate spelling: epitomise).
1. To make an epitome of.
2. To be a typical example of.

epitomy

glagol

reduce
/ rəduːs /

glagol

Sinonimi:
scale down · simplify · tighten · cut down · cut back · trim · trim down · trim back · cut · bring down · melt off · lose weight · slim · slenderize · thin · slim down · boil down · concentrate

Sinonimi:
abbreviate · abridge · boil down · bring down · come down · concentrate · contract · cut · cut back · cut down · decoct · deoxidise · deoxidize · dilute · foreshorten · keep down · lose weight · melt off · quash · repress · scale down · shorten · shrink · slenderize · slim · slim down · subdue · subjugate · thin · thin out · tighten · trim · trim back · trim down

1. To lessen
2. To make smaller; SYN. scale down.
3. To make less complex; SYN. simplify.
4. To narrow or limit; SYN. tighten.
5. To lower in grade or rank; force somebody into an unpleasant situation.
6. To cut down on; make a reduction in; SYN. cut down, cut back, trim, trim down, trim back, cut, bring down.
7. To bring to humbler or weaker state or condition
8. To simplify the form of a mathematical equation of expression by substituting one term for another.
9. To take off weight; SYN. melt off, lose weight, slim, slenderize, thin, slim down.
10. To reposition back to its normal site, as of a broken bone, in surgery.
11. To undergo meiosis
12. To cook until very little liquid is left, as of sauces; SYN. boil down, concentrate.

retrench
/ ritrentʃ /

glagol

1. To make a reduction, as in one's workforce
2. To tighten one's belt; use resources carefully.
3. Reduce; economize.

shorten
/ ʃɔːrtn̩ /

glagol

Sinonimi:
abbreviate · abridge · bowdlerise · bowdlerize · castrate · contract · cut · expurgate · foreshorten · reduce

1. To become short or shorter
2. To make short or shorter
3. To make shorter than originally intended; reduce or retrench in length or duration

synopsize

glagol

1. Epitomize
2. To make a synopsis of (as a novel)

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