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conciso (feminine singular concisa, masculine plural concisi, feminine plural concise)

  1. concise, taut

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From Late Latin concīsus (cut short), from Latin concīdō (I cut to pieces), from com- + caedō (I cut, I strike down), from Proto-Indo-European *keh₂id-, *kh₂eyd- (to cut, hew).

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conciso m (feminine singular concisa, masculine plural concisos, feminine plural concisas, comparable)

  1. concise (brief and precise)

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conciso (feminine singular concisa, masculine plural concisos, feminine plural concisas)

  1. concise