An example of concise is "I like apples."
Origin of conciseClassical Latin concisus, cut off, brief, past participle of concidere, to cut off from com-, intensive + caedere, to cut: see -cide
Origin of conciseLatin concīsus past participle of concīdere to cut up com- intensive pref. ; see com- . caedere to cut ; see kaə-id- in Indo-European roots.
(comparative more concise, superlative most concise)
- brief, yet including all important information
From Late Latin concisus (“cut short”), from Latin concidere (“cut to pieces”), from caedere (“to cut, to strike down”).