Translation of abridge in Spanish:


compendiar, v.

Pronunciation /əˈbrɪdʒ//əˈbrɪdʒ/

transitive verb

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    (book) compendiar
    (book) condensar
    (book) abreviar
    (article) resumir
    (article) abreviar
    abridged edition edición condensada / abreviada feminine
    • Dharma has plans for a 300-page abridged version of the book.
    • To make things worse, commercially available audio books are usually abridged and twice as expensive as the print version.
    • The original six hour series had been abridged into two hours and you could feel that the pacing was rushed (something that was somehow avoided in the 1955 remake).
    • It's definitely not abridged in any way, shape or form.
    • If Polanski's Twist can be faulted for anything, it's perhaps in presenting a version of the novel that feels ever so slightly abridged.
    • He has the full-length book, various abridged versions of the book, the video, the CD, the CD-ROM and the DVD.
    • They are edited, abridged, and slightly simplified and represent a fraction of their original length.
    • To begin with, the new publishers were content to reprint and to produce abridged volumes.
    • What follows is an edited and slightly abridged version of an interview conducted in London in October 2003.
    • Does it matter to you if the book you read is abridged or unabridged?
    • Even when the permanent Victoria Theatre opened at Sydney in 1838, its operatic productions were at first brutally abridged, translated, and arranged with music more easily at hand.
    • Wonderfully constructed narratives, such as the patriarchal stories of Genesis, are reduced and abridged as to make many of them incomprehensible.
    • The magic of the original isn't dulled in this carefully abridged volume of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, which was nominated for the prestigious Kate Greenaway award.
    • A one-volume abridged edition, the basis of this publication, was published in hardback in 1992.
    • Edward E. Ericson, Jr., is a professor of English at Calvin College, and a Solzhenitsyn scholar who abridged The Gulag Archipelago in cooperation with the author.
    • He began ‘treating’ the book, radically abridging the overripe text with poems ‘found’ within each page and distributed over it in blurbs something like speech bubbles.
    • Unlike the Pappenheim version, the 1913 printing had a fine introduction, notes and index, albeit abridged and reworked under the editorship of Alfred Feilchenfeld.
    • The Scherzo capriccioso, abridged in this recording in order to fit on two 78 rpm sides, was recorded with the Berlin Philharmonic in 1930.
    • My necessarily abridged synopsis of the play does a complicated and layered work little justice, so you'll have to just take my word that this is a masterful production that has it all.
    • Because some of these emails are so long I have abridged several but provided a link to the full email.