succinct

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From Middle French succinct, from Latin succinctus, perfect passive participle of succingō ‎(gird from below), from sub + cingō ‎(gird, wrap, or surround).

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succinct ‎(comparative succincter, superlative succinctest)

  1. brief and to the point
  2. compressed into a tiny area.
  3. (archaic) wrapped by, or as if by a girdle; closely fitting, wound or wrapped or drawn up tightly.

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French[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

IPA(key): /syk.sɛ̃/

Adjective[edit]

succinct m ‎(feminine singular succincte, masculine plural succincts, feminine plural succinctes)

  1. succinct
  2. (figuratively) (informal) light
    Un repas succinct.
    • 'A light meal.'
  3. (by extension) Concise in its intensions.