Undaunted, Jason translated that himself too — which he then abridged.
After that, Hawking became closer with Jane and their two children, and then the abridged memoir was released.
abridged extract from My Paper Chase by Harold Evans published this week by Little, Brown.
You were doing what you could in a strange, intense, abridged amount of time.
Are the dearest rights of the American citizen to be abridged in this summary manner?
There was no watch kept, and the captives had no indication that they were abridged of their freedom.
The English translation of the Historia (London, 1826) is abridged.
In the abridged London edition of 1807, there are plates of an alleged "whale" and a "narwhale."
Marriage had not abridged his immeasurable remoteness, nor touched his incorruptible refinement.
They have abridged their wide vision and have made it narrow and superficial.
c.1300, abreggen, "to make shorter, to condense," from Old French abregier "abridge, diminish, shorten," from Late Latin abbreviare "make short" (see abbreviate). The sound development from Latin -vi- to French -dg- is paralleled in assuage (from assuavidare) and deluge (from diluvium). Related: Abridged; abridging.