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briefnoun USA: briː'f UK: briːf
    1. The director made a brief speech.
        1. Az igazgató rövid beszédet tartott.
    1. The message was as brief as it was unhelpful.
        1. Az üzenet éppoly kurta volt, mint amilyen semmitmondó.
briefv trans v USA: briː'f UK: briːf
briefadj USA: briː'f UK: briːf
    1. He gave a brief description of the job.
        1. Tömör leírást adott a munkáról.
brief-casenoun USA: briː'fkeɪ"s UK: briːfkeɪs
briefcasenoun USA: briː'fkeɪ"s UK: briːfkeɪs
brieflyadv USA: briː'fliː· UK: briːfliː
briefnessnoun UK: briːfnes
briefsnoun USA: briː'fs UK: briːfs
in briefexp USA: ɪ'n briː'f UK: ɪn briːf
hold a briefexp USA: hoʊ'ld eɪ' briː'f UK: hoʊld eɪ briːf
news in briefexp USA: nyuː'z ɪ'n briː'f UK: njuːz ɪn briːf
hold a brief for syv USA: hoʊ'ld eɪ' briː'f frəː· saɪ'
he adverted briefly to the eventsexp UK: hiː ədvəːtɪd briːfliː tuː ðiː ɪvents
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