Definition of 'abbreviated'
Example sentences containing 'abbreviated'
The watchman knew he was a decade older than his neighbour, yet he did not dare to greet him with anything more than an abbreviated bow.MAN'S LOVING FAMILY THE IMAGE OF LAURA
Fundamentally an academic, he had been called up from Cambridge after an abbreviated Tripos, undoubtedly resented this.DISPLACED PERSON
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