curt definition

  • adjective:
    • Rudely brief or abrupt, like in speech or manner. See Synonyms at gruff.
    • Using few words; terse.
    • Having already been shortened.
    • quick or terse, specifically to the point to be rude.
    • brief or concise
    • described as exorbitant brevity; quick; rudely brief.
    • brief also to the point; effectively cut short
    • marked by rude or peremptory shortness
    • Rudely brief or abrupt, like in speech or fashion. See Synonyms at gruff.
    • utilizing couple of terms; terse.
    • Having been shortened.
    • quick or terse, specially to the stage of being rude.
    • Short or concise
    • described as exorbitant brevity; quick; rudely brief.
    • brief and the purpose; effortlessly slashed short
    • marked by rude or peremptory shortness
  • others:
    • Short; concise; compressed.
    • brief and dry; tartly abrupt; brusk.
    • A contraction of current: common in acct. curt., account existing.
    • brief; brief; squeezed.
    • brief and dry; tartly abrupt; brusk.
    • A contraction of present: common in acct. curt., account present.

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