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Similar words: shortenshortshortsshortlyin shortcut shortshortageshort-termMeaning: ['ʃɔrtn /'ʃɔːtn]  adj. 1. cut short 2. cut short in duration 3. shortened by or as if by means of parts that slide one within another or are crushed one into another 4. with parts removed. 
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1. The course has now been shortened considerably.
2. The play was shortened by the omission of two scenes.
3. Vacations have lengthened and the work week has shortened.
4. Her name's Katherine, generally shortened to Kay.
5. His driving ban has been shortened by a year.
6. She shortened the skirt by an inch.
7. The name 'William' is often shortened to 'Bill'.
8. His name is often shortened to Pat.
9. Originally called Lili,[] she eventually shortened her name to Lee.
10. His reception there shortened the odds that he might be the next Tory leader.
11. The waiting time has been shortened dramatically from eight weeks to just one week.
12. It costs £12 to get trousers shortened.
13. It has lengthened and shortened its own life.
14. By November 1938 it had shortened to just twenty.
15. Columns were raised, shortened, and narrowed.
16. His name's Lawrence[], but it's usually shortened to Larry.
17. Shortened into a beautiful, two-piece, seven-foot-long trout-rod.
18. Favourite Chatam has been shortened to 7-2 from 4-1 and Jodami from 4-1 to 9-2.
19. The Oxford Canal, for example, was shortened by thirteen and a half miles between 1829 and 1834.
20. A shortened time horizon may of course have alarming implications for social and political tolerance.
21. A 10-day shortened version is $ 1, 670 per person, double occupancy.
22. However, the qualifying period has now been shortened to two years.
23. After five years, her body adjusted to its shortened intestines, and she regained all the weight.
24. A second set of shadows appeared; at first long and faint, they shortened and sharpened rapidly.
25. He walked with a lilting gait, his left Achilles tendon apparently shortened, pulling his left heel up.
26. If you look beneath the carriage, you can see that it has what looks like a shortened needle.
27. A photograph showed a little girl with a twisted hip and shortened leg after more than a year of conventional treatment.
28. As the sun rose higher in the sky the shadow shortened until noon, when it disappeared at the sixth hour mark.
29. When the tether snapped Feb. 25, the mission was shortened to 14 days.
30. Damaged or destroyed muscles eventually became replaced with fibrous tissues that shortened and contracted.
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