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  • Sometimes it is necessary to abbreviate a word by leaving out several letters. Cited from How to Speak and Write Correctly, by Joseph Devlin
  • This caused the show to have a short abbreviated first season and thus it was not a success.
  • In the former case I should have to think of abbreviating that existence. Cited from Correspondence of Wagner and Liszt, Volume 1
  • The company-level designation letter, abbreviated title, or number will be in the lower right corner.
  • He performs an abbreviated version within the film, playing one of the prisoners.
  • These are abbreviated by a 'd' followed by the number of sides.
  • Several terms have been abbreviated in the table below.
  • They are often abbreviated to the first three letters.
  • He found the battle between two groups of abstract shapes too abbreviated to amount to much.
  • Abbreviating the command to only sending the upper case has the same meaning as sending the upper & lower case command.
  • The letter S in "S-train" does not abbreviate any particular word.
  • In general, this practice is referred to as abbreviated or "cut" numbers.
  • Often abbreviated street cred, whether someone's word on the street can be believed.
  • The following is an abbreviated list of individuals who hailed from the region.
  • Its abbreviated form name was, The origin of its name is uncertain.
  • I foiled them by writing small, and abbreviating nearly every word. Cited from Prisoner for Blasphemy, by G. W. Foote
  • Off they come, and a knife quickly abbreviates arms and legs. Cited from The Road, by Jack London
  • The character set may be abbreviated by using character ranges.
  • The, abbreviated as, was one of the largest banks in the world during the latter half of the 20th century.
  • The university's name was abbreviated as Malaya during the pre-independence period.
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Meaning of abbreviate

  • verb Shorten
    Abbreviate `New York' and write `NY'