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short  Verb
Plural: shorts
  1. Translate "short" to Spanish: poner en cortocircuito
    English Synonyms of "short": place in short-circuit, short-circuit
    Define meaning of "short": Create a short-circuit in.

  2. Translate "short" to Spanish: inhalar un narcótico en polvo
    English Synonyms of "short": inhale a narcotic in powder form

short  Noun
  1. Translate "short" to Spanish: cortocircuito
    English Synonyms of "short": short circuit
    Define meaning of "short": Accidental contact between two points in an electric circuit that have a potential difference.

  2. Translate "short" to Spanish: cortometraje
    English Synonyms of "short": short film

  3. Translate "short" to Spanish: acortamiento
  4. Short for "television", Tele-acortamiento de televisión.

  5. Translate "short" to Spanish: prisionero cerca del final de su sentencia
    English Synonyms of "short": prisoner near the end of his term

  6. Translate "short" to Spanish: automóvil
    English Synonyms of "short": auto, automobile, car, motor car, motor vehicle, four-wheeler, motorcar
    Define meaning of "short": 4-wheeled motor vehicle; usually propelled by an internal combustion engine.

short  Adjective
  1. Translate "short" to Spanish: pequeño, corto, chaparro, pequeño de tamaño, chato, chiquitejo
    English Synonyms of "short": little, minute, small, slight, small-size, tiny
    Define meaning of "short": Primarily spatial sense; having little length or lacking in length. ; Used of syllables that are unaccented or of relatively brief duration.
  2. Short skirts.
    Short hair.
    The board was a foot short.
    A short toss.

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  3. Translate "short" to Spanish: breve, breve en duración, corto, de muy corta duración, fugaz, que dura muy poco tiempo
    English Synonyms of "short": brief, breve, fleeting, fly-by-night, of short duration, short in time, short-lasting, short-lived
    Define meaning of "short": Primarily temporal sense; indicating or being or seeming to be limited in duration. ; Of speech sounds (especially vowels) of relatively short duration (as e.g. the English vowel sounds in 'pat', 'pet', 'pit', 'pot', putt'). ; Used of syllables that are unaccented or of relatively brief duration.
  4. A short life.
    A short flight.
    A short holiday.
    A short story.
    Only a few short months.

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  5. Translate "short" to Spanish: corto, conciso, lacónico, sucinto
    English Synonyms of "short": to-the-point, brief, compact, concise, condensed, dry, laconic, succinct

  6. Translate "short" to Spanish: corto, tímido, achicado, cohibido, esquivo
    English Synonyms of "short": shy, fearful, bashful, coy, faint-hearted, self-conscious, shamefaced, sheepish, timid
    Define meaning of "short": Wary and distrustful; disposed to avoid persons or things. ; Lacking self-confidence.

  7. Translate "short" to Spanish: bajo, bajo de estatura, corto de estatura, canijo, petiso, petizo
    English Synonyms of "short": small, little, peewee, short in height, small-size, small-sized, teensy, weensy
    Define meaning of "short": Low in stature; not tall.
  8. His was short and stocky.
    Short in stature.
    A short smokestack.


  9. Translate "short" to Spanish: corto, de poco hablar, poco expresivo
    English Synonyms of "short": non-talkative, reserved, taciturn, undemonstrative, unexpressive
    Define meaning of "short": Marked by rude or peremptory shortness.
  10. Try to cultivate a less brusque manner.
    A curt reply.
    The salesgirl was very short with him.

  11. Translate "short" to Spanish: corto, escaso, incompleto, faltante, falto
    English Synonyms of "short": poor, scrimpy, very little, bare, in short supply, scant, wanting, meager, meagre, scarce
    Define meaning of "short": Deficient in retentiveness or range. ; Not sufficient to meet a need. ; Less than the correct or legal or full amount often deliberately so.
  12. A short memory.
    An inadequate income.
    A poor salary.
    Money is short.
    On short rations.
    Food is in short supply.
    Short on experience.
    A light pound.
    A scant cup of sugar.
    Regularly gives short weight.

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  13. Translate "short" to Spanish: irritable, enfadadizo
    English Synonyms of "short": feisty, fretful, grumpy, huffy, ill-tempered, irritable, petulant, bad-tempered


  14. Translate "short" to Spanish: sin diluir, no diluido
    English Synonyms of "short": pure, undiluted, neat, straight
  15. Straight whisky, Whisky puro, sin diluir.

short  Adverb
  1. Translate "short" to Spanish: en seco, de repente, abruptamente, al descubierto
    English Synonyms of "short": suddenly, cold, all at once, all of a sudden, unexpectedly, high and dry, of a sudden, on a sudden, cold turkey
    Define meaning of "short": Quickly and without warning. ; So as to interrupt.
  2. He stopped suddenly.
    She took him up short before he could continue.

Verb Conjugation for "short"
Gerund: shorting

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will short

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Conceptually-related expressions of "short"
a day late and a dime short
a day late and a dollar short
a short amount
a short break
a short distance from
a short quantity
a short time
a short way from
a short way of
a short while
a very short distance
abnormally short long bones
abruptly short-pointed
add short
adjustable short circuit
after a short time
after a short while
all too short
anger is a short madness
Ann Short
apply with short strokes
at a short distance
at short intervals
at short notice
at short range
at very short notice
be a button short
be as thick as two short planks
be cut a long story short
be in short
be in short supply
be nothing short of
be on a short fuse
be on short supply
be running short
be running short of
be short for
be short-handed
be short-lived
be short of
be short on
be short on money
be short-tempered
be short with
be stopped short
be too short
be too short for
become short
become shorter
by the shortest way
cash over and short
cash over and short account
Claire Short
Clare Short
clipped short
coarse short coat
cold-short
come short of
come up short
condition where the fingers or toes are abnormally short
control by the short hairs
cotton fabric with a low-quality wool and with a short pile
covered with short bristles
covered with thickly matted-down short hairs
crop someone's hair very short
cut oneself short
cut short
cut very short
DC short circuit
drag with short jerks
draw the short straw
draw up short
drop in for a short visit
during a short time
Edward Shorter
Emily Short
Evan Short
extra short
fall short
fall short of
fasten with short ropes
female writer of short stories
fit short
for a short time
for short
from a short distance
get by the short curlies
get by the short hairs
get by the short knickers
get shorter
get someone by the short hairs
get someone where the hair is short
give short measure
give short shrift
go for a short run
go short of
go short on
have a short fuse
have a short nap
have by the short curlies
have by the short hairs
have by the short knickers
have deep pockets and short arms
he pulled the shortest straw
hot short
in a short interval
in a short time
in a short while
in a very short term
in a very short time
in a very short while
in short
in short order
in short supply
in such a short time
in the short run
in the short term
inability to focus on short vision
keep on a short leash
kind of short
last a short time
last a short while
last for very very short time
leave short
lies have short legs
live shorter
live shorter than
long and short term
long cotton tunic with short sleeves
loose-fitting short trousers
make short
make shorter
mammal having long ears and long hind limbs and a short tail
marvel of rather short duration
metrical feet of two syllables the first of which is long and the second is short
metrical foot consisting of one short syllable plus a long one and another short one
metrical foot having four short syllables
metrical foot of two long syllables followed by a short one
metrical foot of two syllables the first of which is long and the second is short
metrical foot of two syllables the first of which is long and the second short
metrical foot which has a long syllable between two short syllables
mid and short term
mobile station controlled replaced short message
money on short notice
newspaper page made of columns and short essays
nickname for a short person
not far short
nothing short of
of a shorter workweek
of short duration
on a short leash
on a short tether
on short collar
on short leash
on short notice
on such a short notice
on such short notice
on very short notice
over-and-short
over-and-short account
paint with short strokes
person of short stature
person who gives short change
place in short-circuit
pretty short
psychosocially determined short stature
pull up short
pull with a quick short movement
put on short rations
rather short
replace short message
run short
run short on
sell short
selling short
semiautomatic short guns
skeep on short allowance
skirt-short
somewhat short
step out for a short while
step short
stock oneself with an item in short supply
stop short
stop short of
take a short break
take a short cut
take a short drink
take a short nap
take a short rest
take shorter
the long and short of
the long and short of it
the long and the short of
the long and the short of it
the short and long of it
the short run
the shortest distance
the shortest route
the shortest time
the shortest way
tight short jacket
time is running short
time is short
to cut a long story short
to make a long story short
too short
tug with a quick short movement
two children born in short order
ultra-short wave
uttered in short sentences
utterly short
very short
very short distance
very short dress
very short haircut
very short panties
very short person
very short skirt
very short time
Wayne Shorter
well short
which consists of two long syllables followed by a short one
which has a short awn
which has a short tail
which has a short tongue
which has abnormally short feet
which has abnormally short fingers
which has abnormally short toes
which has failed or fallen short
which has short antennae
which has short feet
which has short horns
which has short leaves
which has short legs
which has short sentences
which lasts a very short time
which wears a short frock
widespread enthusiasm which appears suddenly but dies in a short time
within a short distance
within a short period
within a short time
within a very short distance
work short time
writer of short stories
zero short message
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