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tell briefly
to fail briefly
to put it briefly
touch briefly
 
Etymology: [ 'brE-flE ] (adverb.) 14th century. brief +‎ -ly, perhaps a calque of Old French briement
Synonyms: succinctly, in brief, in short, in a nutshell, to sum things up, shortly, summarily, fleetingly, momentarily, temporarily, in passing, quickly, hastily, for a little while, transiently
Antonyms: at length, verbosely, long-windedly, permanently
1 kısaca
2 Kısa bir süre için
3 z. kısaca
4 (zarf) kısaca
5brief kısa ve öz  sıfat
6brief özet  isim
7brief kısa
8brief avukat tutma  isim
9brief kısa kısa
10brief dava özeti  isim
11brief avukat tutmak
12brief belge
13brief talimat
14brief evrak
15brief özetlemek
16brief talimat veya bilgi vermek
17brief özlü
18brief görev talimatı  Politika, Siyaset
19brief özetle  fiil
20brief brifing yapmak  fiil
21brief davanın özeti  Kanun
22brief hulasa
23brief kısa. i., huk. davanın özeti  sıfat
24brief AYDINLATMAK, YÖN, ETMEK:Bak. "orient"  Askeri
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25 In a brief manner, summarily - "He covered the subject briefly in his book."
26 To be brief, in short - "Briefly, I am not happy about what happened, but no one will be losing their job."
27 For a brief period - "He only worked here briefly."
28 in summary - "In summary, this book is a good introduction to bird watching."
29 flickeringly
30 brief
31 If you say or write something briefly, you use very few words or give very few details. There are four basic alternatives; they are described briefly below
32 You can say briefly to indicate that you are about to say something in as few words as possible. Briefly, no less than nine of our agents have passed information to us
33 Something that happens or is done briefly happens or is done for a very short period of time. He smiled briefly Guerillas captured and briefly held an important provincial capital
34 in short, in an abbreviated manner
35 for a short time; "she visited him briefly"; "was briefly associated with IBM"
36 in a concise manner; in a few words; "the history is summed up concisely in this book"; "she replied briefly"; "briefly, we have a problem"; "to put it shortly"
37 Concisely; in few words
38 for a short time; "she visited him briefly"; "was briefly associated with IBM
39 in a brief manner
40brief A summary, précis or epitome; an abridgement or abstract - "A survey of their follie, a briefe of their barbarisme."
41brief To knowledgeably summarize a recent development to some person with decision-making power - "The U.S. president was briefed on the military coup and its implications on African stability."
42brief A short news story or report
43brief Concise; taking few words
44brief Of short duration; happening quickly
45brief To write a legal argument and submit it to a court
46brief Occupying a small distance, area or spatial extent; short - "On the beach he always wore a straw hat with a red band and a brief pair of leopard print trunks."
47brief An attorney's legal argument in written form for submission to a court
48briefly. short - "The boss got a message and cut the meeting short."
49brief To make an abstract or abridgment of; to shorten; as, to brief pleadings
50brief This word is applied also to a statement of the heads or points of a law argument
51brief An epitome
52brief An abridgment or concise statement of a client's case, made out for the instruction of counsel in a trial at law
53brief A short concise writing or letter; a statement in few words
54brief A writ; a breve
55brief See Breve, n
56brief Soon; quickly
57brief a condensed written summary or abstract a document stating the facts and points of law of a client's case give essential information to someone; "The reporters were briefed about the President's plan to invade"
58brief concise and succinct; "covered the matter in a brief statement"
59brief make a summary; give a report  fiil
60brief A writ issuing from the chancery, directed to any judge ordinary, commanding and authorizing that judge to call a jury to inquire into the case, and upon their verdict to pronounce sentence
61brief An attorneys legal argument in written form for submission to a court
62brief of short duration or distance; "a brief stay in the country"; "in a little while"; "it's a little way away
63brief prolonged
64brief A short, legless undergarment; briefs
65brief Concise; terse; succinct
66brief Short in duration
67brief Concise
68brief Of short duration or distance
69brief Rife; common; prevalent
70brief A letter patent, from proper authority, authorizing a collection or charitable contribution of money in churches, for any public or private purpose
71brief give essential information to someone; "The reporters were briefed about the President's plan to invade"
72brief a condensed written summary or abstract
73brief a document stating the facts and points of law of a client's case
74brief of short duration or distance; "a brief stay in the country"; "in a little while"; "it's a little way away"
75brief (of clothing) very short; "an abbreviated swimsuit"; "a brief bikini"
76brief A written document in which a party states what the party believes are the facts of the case and argues how the law should be applied
77brief A "brief" is a written statement prepared a lawyer and submitted to an appellate court before oral arguments It contains a summary of the facts of the case, the pertinent laws, and an argument of how the law applies to the facts supporting counsel’s position Generally, a lawyer will argue that the lower court judge made mistakes when ruling on objections and that those mistakes were prejudicial and that the lawyer’s client should be given a new trial A brief can also be a summary of a published opinion of a case prepared by a law student who is studying the opinion in law school
78brief a document specifying tasks to be addressed or undertaken in a specific context
79brief You can say in brief to indicate that you are about to say something in as few words as possible or to give a summary of what you have just said. In brief, take no risks
80brief If someone gives you a brief, they officially give you responsibility for dealing with a particular thing. customs officials with a brief to stop foreign porn coming into Britain. = responsibility see also briefer, briefing
81brief Something that is brief lasts for only a short time. She once made a brief appearance on television This time their visit is brief. = fleeting lengthy
82brief abstract, summary, concise report; instructions  isim
83brief A brief speech or piece of writing does not contain too many words or details. In a brief statement, he concentrated entirely on international affairs Write a very brief description of a typical problem. = short
84brief If you are brief, you say what you want to say in as few words as possible. Now please be brief -- my time is valuable = succinct
85brief If someone briefs you, especially about a piece of work or a serious matter, they give you information that you need before you do it or consider it. A Defense Department spokesman briefed reporters The Prime Minister has been briefed by her parliamentary aides. = fill in
86brief Men's or women's underpants can be referred to as briefs. A bra and a pair of briefs lay on the floor
87brief emphasis You can describe a period of time as brief if you want to emphasize that it is very short. For a few brief minutes we forgot the anxiety and anguish. long
88brief A written statement that each side gives the court to say why the court should decide that they are right
89brief A written statement submitted by the lawyer for each side in a case that explains to the judges why they should decide the case or a particular part of a case in favor of that lawyer's client
90brief a paper written by a lawyer to serve as a basis for his or her later oral argument to the court Its use is largely to inform the court of the lawyer's argument, authorities on questions of law, and desired interpretation of the case
91brief to give concise preparatory instructions, information or advice
92brief The terms of understanding between you and, say your advertising agency on a particular job My advice is to put it in writing! This process firstly imposes on you the discipline of thinking about what is required and actually writing it down; secondly, if there are problems - then you are covered by the brief
93brief The papers provided to the barrister by the solicitor in order for the barrister to perform the required service The brief usually contains a memorandum from the solicitor advising what service is required For example, it may be a brief to appear or a brief to advise or a brief to draft court documents
94brief A written or printed document prepared by counsel to file in court, usually setting forth both facts and law in support of a party's position in a case See also, cross-references 1, 2 and 3
95brief a specification listing tasks to be addressed or undertaken in a specific context
96brief Lawyer's written presentation of statutory and case law to support client's case
97brief Written instructions to a Barrister, to appear and present a party's case before a Court Distinct from Instructions to Counsel which are forwarded from Counsel to settle pleadings and to advise on evidence or in conference
98brief A legal document, prepared by an attorney, which presents the law and facts supporting his or her client
99brief Written argument that supports a case; usually contains a statement of facts and a discussion of law
100brief A written document that outlines a party's legal arguments in a case
101brief A lawyer's written statement of a client's case filed in court It usually contains a summary of the facts in the case, the pertinent laws, and an argument of how the law applies to the facts supporting the client's position
102brief A written argument by counsel arguing a case, which contains a summary of the facts of the case, pertinent laws, and an argument of how the law applies to the fact situation Also called a memorandum of law
103brief A written or printed document, prepared by counsel to serve as the basis for an argument upon a cause in an appellate court, and usually filed for the information of the court It embodies the point of law which the counsel desires to establish, together with the arguments and authorities upon which he rests his contention
104brief A written statement prepared by one side in a lawsuit to explain to the court its view of the facts of a case and the applicable law
105brief Written statement explaining facts of case and laws that apply
106brief A written summary of relevant facts, applicable law, and reasons why a party contends the case should be decided in that party's favor
107brief A written argument submitted to the court by counsel setting forth facts and/or law supporting his or her client's case
108brief Written arguments prepared by an attorney that are presented to a court
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