Meaning of: 省略 - shouryaku
Meaning: omission; abbreviation; summary
Meaning in English: omission;abbreviation;abridgment
Explanation and Etymology - (省略) shouryaku省略 is a Japanese word that means "omission" or "abbreviation". The first part of the word, 省, means "save" or "economize", while the second part, 略, means "summarize" or "abbreviate". Together, the two parts form the idea of "saving words" or "summarizing information". The word 省略 is commonly used in Japanese to refer to a more concise form of communication or to describe the elimination of unnecessary information.
Synonyms and Similar - (省略) shouryaku
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省略する; 省く; 省くる; 省みる; 省略化する; 省略形; 省略法; 省略語; 省略例; 省略表記; 省略文; 省略点; 省略符号; 省略版; 省略版画; 省略版図; 省略版画家; 省略版画師; 省略版画展; 省略版画展覧会.
Words containing: 省略
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Words with the same pronunciation: しょうりゃく shouryaku
Example Sentences - (省略) shouryaku
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How do you say omission; abbreviation; summary In japanese?
There are different ways of expressing the idea of "omission; abbreviation; summary" in the Japanese language.
A way of saying "omission; abbreviation; summary" é "(省略) shouryaku". Throughout this page you will find information and alternatives.
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