Definition of condensed
: reduced to a more compact or dense form; also : having a face narrower than that of a standard typeface
Recent Examples of condensed from the Web
A condensed version of our conversation follows, lightly edited for clarity.
The Loons lack roster depth, and the condensed schedule figures to be a challenge.
The 13 episodes unfold in a condensed time period of three days, honing in on the grief, anger, rage, denial and collective upheaval left in Poussey's wake.
Basically, the condensed water ices up and makes a snowman.
Covfefe is quite clearly a condensed version of 'Covington Feels Festive,' and I'm sure our commander-in-chief was simply expressing his admiration for our great city.
This condensed version of the book lasts a brisk 90 minutes.
There’s a more condensed way to describe it, though.
By Monday night, Davis was back on a plane headed toward Indiana, his condensed vacation reaching a quick end.
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Medical Definition of condensed
: reduced to a more compact or dense form condensed metaphase chromosomes condensed heterochromatin
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