Translation of terse in Spanish:

terse

seco, adj.

Pronunciation: /təːs//tərs/

adjective

  • 1

    (answer/person) seco
    (answer/person) lacónico
    he issued a terse statement emitió un escueto comunicado
    • to be terse with sb ser seco con algn
    • The submitted essays range in length from a few terse words to a screenful of close type.
    • The board also issued a terse statement which was a big slap in the face for their second-largest individual shareholder.
    • He will also be fondly remembered for terse and often humorous phrases, anecdotes and gems of wisdom.
    • It is his kind, if rather terse and gruff manner that has turned his shop into an excellent meeting place for people and ideas.
    • Naturally, the major agencies have all issued terse statements rejecting the allegations.
    • A private school has sent a terse letter to parents instructing them how to behave properly at sports events.
    • It's not so much that he is a good writer: there are lots of people out there who can write with angry terse eloquence, even if not enough do.
    • As far as I can tell, the Times has yet to expand on its original terse and unbylined story.
    • The author favours short, spare sentences and a terse descriptive style.
    • His work is a collection of many short terse sentences which convey the barest minimum of teaching about yoga.
    • The pity and the terror of the situation is conveyed in terse crisp prose.
    • It was a typically terse rejoinder from a character who has never hidden his mystification for those who squander their natural talent.
    • As the terse replies pile up, I am on the point of suggesting that he looks weary, as though his dog has died, only for it to emerge that his dog has died.
    • I duly and rapidly typed and laminated a terse notice and stuck it on the wall requesting the return of said item and then forgot about it.
    • The material is clearly set out in short, terse points and this enables you to save time researching vast amounts of material.
    • In a terse statement on the subject, Alcatel said the redundancies were part of its cost management initiatives.
    • I got a terse letter informing me he had raised the issues I had mentioned with the relevant parties and he could do no more for me.
    • The terse statement issued by both parties today didn't elaborate on the deal.
    • The terse, 10-word motion will be considered by members in a special hour-long debate this afternoon.
    • The language in the book is terse and concise, almost laconic, and very much to the point.