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abbreviated

Line breaks: ab¦bre¦vi|ated
Pronunciation: /əˈbriːvɪeɪtɪd
 
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Definition of abbreviated in English:

adjective

Shortened; cut short: an abbreviated version of the earlier work we intended to run an abbreviated event
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  • Barrow crews landed only five whales in the abbreviated 2000 season.
  • The name was coined in the twentieth century from the Greek mol, which is an abbreviated form of the word molecule.
  • Known yeast gene orthologues are listed in parentheses following abbreviated enzyme designations.

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