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Synonyms for brief

Synonyms for brief

not long in time or duration

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accomplished in very little time

marked by or consisting of few words that are carefully chosen

a short summary or version prepared by cutting down a larger work

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a document stating the facts and points of law of a client's case

a condensed written summary or abstract

give essential information to someone

of short duration or distance

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concise and succinct

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(of clothing) very short

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He briefed about the statutory provisions of PIAC (Conversion) Act, 2016.
He informed the media that General Bajwa briefed the senators for around an hour and answered their questions for at least three hours.
He reset it for 3,000 feet, as briefed. The wingman asked for the flight lead's heading, and the lead replied, "Passing through 360 now."
Earlier Federal Minister for Privatization briefed the Committee regarding the implementation status of previous recommendations of the meetings held on 28th February, 2018.
The meeting to be chaired by Sardar Fateh Mohammad Hassani will also be briefed by provincial chief secretaries on the railways land under illegal occupation and steps taken by the respective provincial governments for its vacation.
During the flight, the three Hornets executed the separation maneuver as briefed. The Dash-3 F/A-18 blew through the merge with the Blue Air F-16s without radar contact or a tally, but several seconds later turned back into the fight based on a GCI call.
Islamabad -- Army leadership on Tuesday briefed Senators at an in-camera briefing to the Committee of the Whole House on the national security paradigm.
Faran Baig said the consequences of an accident caused reckless and careless driving are often fatal during the campaign, vehicles were challaned and drivers were briefed about the hazards of careless driving.
Major Bruce Oswald, Deputy Director of International Law for the Australian Defence Force, briefed on his experiences with humanitarian operations.