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Simple past tense and past participle of truncate
Cut off; cut short; maimed
cut short in duration; "the abbreviated speech"; "a curtailed visit"; "her shortened life was clearly the result of smoking"; "an unsatisfactory truncated conversation"
Describing a solid generated from a given solid by two non-parallel planes cutting the given solid
Replaced, or cut off, by a plane, especially when equally inclined to the adjoining faces; as, a truncated edge
past of truncate
VARCHAR2(3) Whether or not the table was truncated since the last time statistics were gathered
terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off; "a truncate leaf"; "truncated volcanic mountains"; "a truncated pyramid"
A truncated version of something is one that has been shortened. The review body has produced a truncated version of its annual report
Truncated text is the shortening or abbreviation of text due to limited display space
{s} chopped down, cut down, cut off, amputated; concerning a geometric form whose end is cut off by a plane
Lacking the apex; said of certain spiral shells in which the apex naturally drops off
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truncated icosahedra
plural form of truncated icosahedron
truncated icosahedron
a polyhedron with thirty-two faces; 12 regular pentagonal faces, 20 regular hexagonal faces and is one of the Archimedean solids
truncated icosahedrons
plural form of truncated icosahedron
truncated cone
a frustum formed from a cone
truncated cone
cone that does not have the upper portion
truncated pyramid
pyramid that does not have the upper portion
truncated pyramid
a frustum formed from a pyramid
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To shorten something as if by cutting off part of it
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To cut, to shorten - for example, "truncate a file after line 10" means to remove all lines after line 10
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{a} cut off short, ending abruptly
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{v} to cut short, lop, maim, mangle
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having the end shortened or squared off
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to shorten a word, using a special symbol to replace letters at the end of a word This allows one search to retrieve singular or plural forms or different spellings of a word or name
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Appearing as if cut off at the tip; as, a truncate leaf or feather
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The apex or base of a structure that is flat or ends abruptly It appears to be cut off
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make shorter as if by cutting off; "truncate a word"; "Erosion has truncated the ridges of the mountains"
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To cut off the beginning or end of a series of characters or numbers
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Truncating is when something is removed to make it compatible with something smaller A decimal number can often be truncated to an integer by removing the decimal digits
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abruptly ending as if cut off
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to make something shorter = shorten (past participle of truncare, from truncus; TRUNK)
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To cut off leading or trailing digits or characters from an item of data without regard to the accuracy of the remaining characters
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Ending abrubtly The end appears cut-off straight across
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(SQL*Plus User's Guide and Reference)
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terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off; "a truncate leaf"; "truncated volcanic mountains"; "a truncated pyramid"
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To replace a corner by a plane (or to make a similar change to a crystal)
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Having an abrupt termination
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apex appearing to be cut off straight across (Lawrence)
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Ending abruptly as though cut off at a right-angle
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To cut off; to lop; to maim
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approximate by ignoring all terms beyond a chosen one; "truncate a series"
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To shorten a word to its root In searching databases, a truncation symbol, such as ? or *, can be used to find several words with the same root For example, m?n finds men and man; find* searches for find, finder, finding, finds
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replace a corner by a plane terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off; "a truncate leaf"; "truncated volcanic mountains"; "a truncated pyramid
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To discard or lose one or more characters from the beginning or end of a value, whether intentionally or unintentionally
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{f} shorten, cut short
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A string can be truncated if it exceeds the maximum length of 80 characters in the following applications: cross references, sorting with IRM (if a sort order table is enabled, the maximum length of a string is 38 characters), some forms of output of comparisions of word lists
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replace a corner by a plane
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To insincerely leave unranked alternatives who will therefore be counted as equal and lower than all ranked alternatives   This is one type of burying strategy
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A method of formatting data by removing characters at the end of the data that do not conform to the format desired
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make shorter as if by cutting off; "truncate a word"; "Erosion has truncated the ridges of the mountains" approximate by ignoring all terms beyond a chosen one; "truncate a series" replace a corner by a plane terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off; "a truncate leaf"; "truncated volcanic mountains"; "a truncated pyramid
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The dropping of digits or characters from one end of a data item causing loss of accuracy or information
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Removing the oldest data (that is, Time Stepss before the Horizon) from the History
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To shorten a decimal number by removing trailing (or leading) digits; to chop
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Ending abruptly as if cut off
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