To be brief but inclusive. Able to sum up a topic succinctly without elaboration or superfluous detail.
Person: "Can you explain the big bang and string theory?"

Concise Person: "Everything is made up of strings and branes (energy), and when the strings of one universe touch another matter can be transferred across."
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1) Concise in quality
2) The state or quality of being Concise
3) Very concise, having great precision
4) The act of making something Concise
5) Terse or concise in speaking, expressing much in a short amount of words

Archaic: Cutting off, or making apart
Office Worker 1:I do Concision of documents here.
Office Worker 2: Bullshit, Concision isn't even a word.
Office Worker 1: I hate you.
Office worker 2: Succintly stated.
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When someone tears apart your first draft and gives you about 500 suggestions on how to write it more concisely.
My paper bled red ink hardcore after that teacher's concision.
by Writing J February 13, 2009
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Very concise, with great precision. Also overtly particular about trivial details. Strict attention to detail.
It was with great concision that the contract plans were drawn up.
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The act of reducing the number of words or items in a document.
What are you up to? I am concising my test plan right now. There are far too many cases right now.
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The act of making an expression concise.
The writer had the text-to-speech narrator narrate the political science-fiction comedy he is writing, read it while listening to its narration, and concised his work of fiction beyond his expectations.
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