σύντομος

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σύντομος (súntomosm or f (neuter σύντομον); second declension

  1. cut short, abridged; especially of a road, as in a short-cut
  2. (of language) concise, brief
  3. (of stature) short
  4. of other things

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Greek[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Ancient Greek σύντομος (súntomos)

Adjective[edit]

σύντομος (sýntomosm (feminine σύντομη, neuter σύντομο)

  1. short, curtailed (in extent)
  2. short, brief, quick (in duration)

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