condensed

adjective
con·​densed | \ kən-ˈden(t)st How to pronounce condensed (audio) \

Definition of condensed

: reduced to a more compact or dense form also : having a face narrower than that of a standard typeface

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Poland, which is chairing the talks, was circulated a condensed draft text Wednesday running to about 100 pages, down from about 300 at the start of the talks. Frank Jordans, The Seattle Times, "UN chief calls for compromise and sacrifice at climate talks," 12 Dec. 2018 But in a condensed Pac-12 Conference that may send only four teams to the NCAA Tournament, the Beavers are also just two games out of fifth place in the league standings with eight regular season games remaining. Danny Moran, OregonLive.com, "Oregon State Beavers men's basketball facing frustration, doubt while looking to snap losing streak," 7 Feb. 2018 Gently fold in condensed milk mixture until fully incorporated. Kate Merker And Taylor Murray, Country Living, "Gingerbread-Chocolate Chunk No-Churn Ice Cream," 7 Dec. 2018 That would appear to benefit the Dodgers, since the condensed schedule could further limit how Counsell manages his relievers. Jared Diamond, WSJ, "Brewers’ Bullpen Strategy Backfires With 4-3 Loss to Dodgers," 13 Oct. 2018 The next day started bright and early in the classroom as Heffring gave me and the other five attendees a condensed course on what to expect. Jonathan M. Gitlin, Ars Technica, "How a day driving high-downforce cars at VIR taught me I’m OK being slow," 11 Sep. 2018 Here’s a condensed and edited version of the interview. Darcel Rockett, chicagotribune.com, "Nevertheless, princesses persisted: Author examines the power of the crown," 17 May 2018 Below is a condensed and edited Q&A. Q: What is your take on President Trump's and Jeff Sessions' 'zero tolerance' border policy? Merdie Nzanga, USA TODAY, "USA TODAY's Rick Jervis talks immigration, from 'zero tolerance' policy to asylum," 3 July 2018 Below is a condensed and edited transcript of the conversation. Piet Levy, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "What women in Milwaukee's music scene say about #MeToo, FemFest impact and breaking down barriers," 23 May 2018

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First Known Use of condensed

15th century, in the meaning defined above

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condensed

adjective

Medical Definition of condensed

: reduced to a more compact or dense form condensed metaphase chromosomes condensed heterochromatin

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