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English - Etymology

From Middle English _short_, _schort_, from Old English _sċeort_, _scort_ (“short”), from Proto-Germanic _*skurtaz_ (“short”), from Proto-Indo-European _*(s)k(ʷ)Art-_, _*(s)k(ʷ)Ard-_ (“short”). Cognate with Scots _short_, _schort_ (“short”), Old High German _scurz_ (“short”) (whence Middle High German _schurz_), Old Norse _skorta_ (“to lack”) (whence Danish _skorte_), Albanian _shkurt_ (“short, brief”), Latin _curtus_ (“shortened, incomplete”), Russian _короткий_ (korotkij, “short, brief”). More at shirt.

From Middle English short, schort, from Old English sċeort, scort (short), from Proto-Germanic *skurtaz (short), from Proto-Indo-European *(s)k(ʷ)Art-, *(s)k(ʷ)Ard- (short). Cognate with Scots short, schort (short), Old High German scurz (short) (whence Middle High German schurz), Old Norse skorta (to lack) (whence Danish skorte), Albanian shkurt (short, brief), Latin curtus (shortened, incomplete), Russian короткий (korotkij, short, brief). More at shirt.

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English - Pronunciation

* (Received Pronunciation) IPA(key): /ʃɔːt/ * (US) enPR: shôrt, IPA(key): /ʃɔɹt/ * (St. Louis (Missouri)) IPA(key): [ʃɑɹt] * Rhymes: -ɔː(ɹ)t

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English - Adjective

SHORT (_comparative_ SHORTER, _superlative_ SHORTEST) * Having a small distance from one end or edge to another, either horizontally or vertically. * (of a person) Of comparatively little height. * Having little duration; opposite of long. _Our meeting was a SHORT six minutes today. Every day for the past month it's been at least twenty minutes long._ * (followed by FOR) Of a word or phrase, constituting an abbreviation (for another) or shortened form (of another). _“Phone” is SHORT for “telephone” and "asap" SHORT for "as soon as possible"._ * (cricket, Of a ball) that bounced relatively far from the batsman. * (cricket, Of a fielder or fielding position) that is relatively close to the batsman. * (of pastries and metals) Brittle, crumbly, especially due to the use of too much shortening. (See _shortbread_, _shortcake_, _shortcrust_.) * 2013, _Historic Heston_ (ISBN 1620402343), page 122: I chose to interpret the references to butter and sugar as indicating that a SHORT pastry was required. (Later editions suggest a biscuit-like texture.) * Abrupt; brief; pointed; petulant. _He gave a SHORT answer to the question._ * Limited in quantity; inadequate; insufficient; scanty. _a SHORT supply of provisions_ * Insufficiently provided; inadequately supplied; scantily furnished; lacking. _to be SHORT of money_ _The cashier came up SHORT ten dollars on his morning shift._ * Deficient; less; not coming up to a measure or standard. _an account which is SHORT of the truth_ * Landor Hardly anything SHORT of an invasion could rouse them again to war. * (obsolete) Not distant in time; near at hand. * Spenser Marinell was sore offended / That his departure thence should be so SHORT. * Clarendon He commanded those who were appointed to attend him to be ready by a SHORT day. * In a financial investment position that is structured to be profitable if the price of the underlying security declines in the future. _I'm SHORT General Motors because I think their sales are plunging._ USAGE NOTES * (having a small distance between ends or edges): _SHORT_ is often used in the positive vertical dimension and used as is _shallow_ in the negative vertical dimension; in the horizontal dimension _narrow_ is more commonly used. SYNONYMS * (having a small distance between ends or edges): low, narrow, slim, shallow * (of a person, of comparatively little height): little, pint-sized, petite, titchy (slang) * (having little duration): brief, concise * (constituting an abbreviation (for)): an abbreviation of, a short form of ANTONYMS * (having a small distance between ends or edges): tall, high, wide, broad, deep, long * (of a person, of comparatively little height): tall * (having little duration): long * (cricket, of a fielder or fielding position, relatively close to the batsman): long TRANSLATIONS

short (comparative shorter, superlative shortest)

  1. Having a small distance from one end or edge to another, either horizontally or vertically.
  2. (of a person) Of comparatively little height.
  3. Having little duration; opposite of long.
    Our meeting was a short six minutes today. Every day for the past month it's been at least twenty minutes long.
  4. (followed by for) Of a word or phrase, constituting an abbreviation (for another) or shortened form (of another).
    “Phone” is short for “telephone” and "asap" short for "as soon as possible".
  5. (cricket, Of a ball) that bounced relatively far from the batsman.
  6. (cricket, Of a fielder or fielding position) that is relatively close to the batsman.
  7. (of pastries and metals) Brittle, crumbly, especially due to the use of too much shortening. (See shortbread, shortcake, shortcrust.)
  8. Abrupt; brief; pointed; petulant.
    He gave a short answer to the question.
  9. Limited in quantity; inadequate; insufficient; scanty.
    a short supply of provisions
  10. Insufficiently provided; inadequately supplied; scantily furnished; lacking.
    to be short of money
    The cashier came up short ten dollars on his morning shift.
  11. Deficient; less; not coming up to a measure or standard.
    an account which is short of the truth
  12. (obsolete) Not distant in time; near at hand.
  13. In a financial investment position that is structured to be profitable if the price of the underlying security declines in the future.
    I'm short General Motors because I think their sales are plunging.

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English - Adverb

SHORT (_not comparable_) * Abruptly, curtly, briefly. _They had to stop SHORT to avoid hitting the dog in the street._ _He cut me SHORT repeatedly in the meeting._ _The boss got a message and cut the meeting SHORT._ * Unawares. _The recent developments at work caught them SHORT._ * Without achieving a goal or requirement. _His speech fell SHORT of what was expected._ * (cricket, of the manner of bounce of a cricket ball) Relatively far from the batsman and hence bouncing higher than normal; opposite of full. * (finance) With a negative ownership position. _We went SHORT most finance companies in July._

short (not comparable)

  1. Abruptly, curtly, briefly.
    They had to stop short to avoid hitting the dog in the street.
    He cut me short repeatedly in the meeting.
    The boss got a message and cut the meeting short.
  2. Unawares.
    The recent developments at work caught them short.
  3. Without achieving a goal or requirement.
    His speech fell short of what was expected.
  4. (cricket, of the manner of bounce of a cricket ball) Relatively far from the batsman and hence bouncing higher than normal; opposite of full.
  5. (finance) With a negative ownership position.
    We went short most finance companies in July.

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English - Noun

SHORT (_plural_ SHORTS) * A short circuit. * A short film. * 2012 July 12, Sam Adams, AV Club _Ice Age: Continental Drift_[1] Preceded by a Simpsons SHORT shot in 3-D—perhaps the only thing more superfluous than a fourth Ice Age movie—Ice Age: Continental Drift finds a retinue of vaguely contemporaneous animals coping with life in the post-Pangaea age. * Used to indicate a short-length version of a size _38 SHORT suits fit me right off the rack._ _Do you have that size in a SHORT._ * (baseball) A shortstop. _Jones smashes a grounder between third and SHORT._ * (finance) A short seller. _The market decline was terrible, but the SHORTS were buying champagne._ * (finance) A short sale. _He closed out his SHORT at a modest loss after three months._ * A summary account. * Shakespeare The SHORT and the long is, our play is preferred. * (phonetics) A short sound, syllable, or vowel. * H. Sweet If we compare the nearest conventional SHORTS and longs in English, as in "bit" and "beat", "not" and "naught", we find that the short vowels are generally wide, the long narrow, besides being generally diphthongic as well. * (programming) An integer variable shorter than normal integers; usually two bytes long. TRANSLATIONS

short (plural shorts)

  1. A short circuit.
  2. A short film.
  3. Used to indicate a short-length version of a size
    38 short suits fit me right off the rack.
    Do you have that size in a short.
  4. (baseball) A shortstop.
    Jones smashes a grounder between third and short.
  5. (finance) A short seller.
    The market decline was terrible, but the shorts were buying champagne.
  6. (finance) A short sale.
    He closed out his short at a modest loss after three months.
  7. A summary account.
  8. (phonetics) A short sound, syllable, or vowel.
  9. (programming) An integer variable shorter than normal integers; usually two bytes long.

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English - Verb

SHORT (_third-person singular simple present_ SHORTS, _present participle_ SHORTING, _simple past and past participle_ SHORTED) * (transitive) To cause a short circuit in (something). * (intransitive) Of an electrical circuit, to short circuit. * (transitive) To shortchange. * (transitive) To provide with a smaller than agreed or labeled amount. _This is the third time I've caught them SHORTING us._ * (transitive, business) To sell something, especially securities, that one does not own at the moment for delivery at a later date in hopes of profiting from a decline in the price; to sell short. * (obsolete) To shorten. TRANSLATIONS

short (third-person singular simple present shorts, present participle shorting, simple past and past participle shorted)

  1. (transitive) To cause a short circuit in (something).
  2. (intransitive) Of an electrical circuit, to short circuit.
  3. (transitive) To shortchange.
  4. (transitive) To provide with a smaller than agreed or labeled amount.
    This is the third time I've caught them shorting us.
  5. (transitive, business) To sell something, especially securities, that one does not own at the moment for delivery at a later date in hopes of profiting from a decline in the price; to sell short.
  6. (obsolete) To shorten.

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English - Preposition

SHORT * Deficient in. _We are SHORT a few men on the second shift._ _He's SHORT common sense._ * (finance) Having a negative position in. _I don't want to be SHORT the market going into the weekend._ SYNONYMS * (deficient in): lacking, SHORT on

short

  1. Deficient in.
    We are short a few men on the second shift.
    He's short common sense.
  2. (finance) Having a negative position in.
    I don't want to be short the market going into the weekend.

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English - Anagrams

* horst * thors * trosh

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Albanian - Etymology

From Latin _sors_, _sortem_.

From Latin sors, sortem.

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Albanian - Noun

SHORT m * drawing (action where the outcome is selected by chance using a draw) * sweepstakes

short m

  1. drawing (action where the outcome is selected by chance using a draw)
  2. sweepstakes

Que a categoria em FRENCH - PRONUNCIATION
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French - Pronunciation

* IPA(key): /ʃɔʁt/

  • IPA(key): /ʃɔʁt/

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French - Noun

SHORT m (_plural_ SHORTS) * shorts, short trousers (UK) _Avec un pantalon, j'ai moins froid aux jambes qu'avec un SHORT._ “With trousers on, my legs are not as cold as with shorts on.”

short m (plural shorts)

  1. shorts, short trousers (UK)
    Avec un pantalon, j'ai moins froid aux jambes qu'avec un short.
    “With trousers on, my legs are not as cold as with shorts on.”

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* “short” in _le Trésor de la langue française informatisé_ (_The Digitized Treasury of the French Language_).

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Italian - Noun

SHORT m (_invariable_) * short (short film etc)

short m (invariable)

  1. short (short film etc)


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