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foreshortened


foreshortened


 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  foreshorten 
 
  1  of  2  senses  of  foreshorten 
 
  Sense  1 
  abridge,  foreshorten,  abbreviate,  shorten,  cut,  contract,  reduce 
  =>  bowdlerize,  bowdlerise,  expurgate,  shorten 
  =>  condense,  concentrate 
 
  Troponyms  (hyponyms)  of  verb  foreshorten 
 
  1  of  2  senses  of  foreshorten 
 
  Sense  1 
  abridge,  foreshorten,  abbreviate,  shorten,  cut,  contract,  reduce 
  =>  bowdlerize,  bowdlerise,  expurgate,  shorten 
  =>  condense,  concentrate 
  =>  encapsulate,  capsule,  capsulize 
  =>  telescope 
 
  Entailment  of  verb  foreshorten 
 
 
  Synonyms/Hypernyms  (Ordered  by  Frequency)  of  verb  foreshorten 
 
  2  senses  of  foreshorten 
 
  Sense  1 
  abridge,  foreshorten,  abbreviate,  shorten,  cut,  contract,  reduce 
  =>  decrease,  lessen,  minify 
 
  Sense  2 
  foreshorten 
  =>  shorten 
 
  Familiarity  of  verb  foreshorten 
 
  foreshorten  used  as  a  verb  is  rare  (polysemy  count  =  2) 
 
  Synonyms  (Grouped  by  Similarity  of  Meaning)  of  verb  foreshorten 
 
  Sense  1 
  abridge,  foreshorten,  abbreviate,  shorten,  cut,  contract,  reduce 
  =>  decrease,  lessen,  minify 
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  Sense  2 
  foreshorten 
  =>  shorten 
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  Overview  of  verb  foreshorten 
 
  The  verb  foreshorten  has  2  senses  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (1)  abridge,  foreshorten,  abbreviate,  shorten,  cut,  contract,  reduce  --  (reduce  in  scope  while  retaining  essential  elements;  "The  manuscript  must  be  shortened") 
  2.  foreshorten  --  (shorten  lines  in  a  drawing  so  as  to  create  an  illusion  of  depth) 
 
  Overview  of  verb  foreshorten 
 
  The  verb  foreshorten  has  2  senses  (first  1  from  tagged  texts) 
 
  1.  (1)  abridge,  foreshorten,  abbreviate,  shorten,  cut,  contract,  reduce  --  (reduce  in  scope  while  retaining  essential  elements;  "The  manuscript  must  be  shortened") 
  2.  foreshorten  --  (shorten  lines  in  a  drawing  so  as  to  create  an  illusion  of  depth)