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Conciseness meaning in Urdu

Conciseness Synonyms


Conciseness Definitions

1) Conciseness, Concision, Pithiness, Succinctness : اختصار : (noun) terseness and economy in writing and speaking achieved by expressing a great deal in just a few words.

Useful Words

Katar : قطر , Fluency : لکھنے بولنے کی صلاحیت ہونا , Genre : لکھائی کا انداز , Humid : گیلا , Hands-Down : بغیر کوشش کے کامیاب , Gasbag : بیتکی گفتگو کرنے والا , Soft Tone : دھیما لہجہ , Largeness : نخرے , Cursive : رواں خط , Purist : تخلیص پسند , Kenya : کینیا , Laconicism : جامعیت , Hebraic Alphabet : عبرانی حرف , Crayon : رنگین موم کی پنسل , Notepaper : وہ کاغذ جس پر لکھا جائے , Compound Morphology : لفظوں کا ملاپ , Untruthful : غیر مخلص , True : صادق , Historiography : تاریخی تحریر , Logomachy : لفظوں کے متعلق بحث , Right Smart : بہت , Communist Economy : اشتراکی معیشت , Long Shot : کوئی والا کام جس میں کامیابی کی امید کم ہو , Res Gestae : حقائق , Collectivisation : اجتماعی بنانے کا عمل , Massive : ٹھوس , Economic : معاشیاتی , Compensatory Spending : حکومتی اخراجات , Get Over : سبقت لے جانا , Approach : کرنے کو آمادہ ہونا , Contrarious : اڑیل

Useful Words Definitions

Katar: an Arab country on the peninsula of Qatar; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1971; the economy is dominated by oil.

Fluency: skillfulness in speaking or writing.

Genre: a style of expressing yourself in writing.

Humid: containing or characterized by a great deal of water vapor.

Hands-Down: achieved without great effort.

Gasbag: a boring person who talks a great deal about uninteresting topics.

Soft Tone: a soft, kind, and soothing manner of speaking or writing that conveys warmth, empathy, and consideration. It is typically calm and non-threatening in nature.

Largeness: the quality of being pretentious (behaving or speaking in such a manner as to create a false appearance of great importance or worth).

Cursive: rapid handwriting in which letters are set down in full and are cursively connected within words without lifting the writing implement from the paper.

Purist: someone who insists on great precision and correctness (especially in the use of words).

Kenya: a republic in eastern Africa; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1963; major archeological discoveries have been made in the Great Rift Valley in Kenya.

Laconicism: terseness of expression.

Hebraic Alphabet: a Semitic alphabet used since the 5th century BC for writing the Hebrew language (and later for writing Yiddish and Ladino).

Crayon: writing implement consisting of a colored stick of composition wax used for writing and drawing.

Notepaper: writing paper intended for writing short notes or letters.

Compound Morphology: the part of grammar that deals with combinations of simple words into compound words.

Untruthful: not expressing or given to expressing the truth.

True: expressing or given to expressing the truth.

Historiography: the writing of history; especially : the writing of history based on the critical examination of sources.

Logomachy: argument about words or the meaning of words.

Right Smart: to a great degree or by a great distance; very much (`right smart' is regional in the United States).

Communist Economy: the managed economy of a communist state.

Long Shot: a venture that involves great risk but promises great rewards.

Res Gestae: rule of evidence that covers words that are so closely associated with an occurrence that the words are considered part of the occurrence and as such their report does not violate the hearsay rule.

Collectivisation: the organization of a nation or economy on the basis of collectivism.

Massive: consisting of great mass; containing a great quantity of matter.

Economic: of or relating to an economy, the system of production and management of material wealth.

Compensatory Spending: spending money raised by borrowing; used by governments to stimulate their economy.

Get Over: get on top of; deal with successfully.

Approach: begin to deal with.

Contrarious: difficult to deal with.

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