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abridged

[ uh-brijd ]
/ əˈbrɪdʒd /
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adjective
(of a book, document, presentation, etc.) shortened by omitting less important parts while retaining the basic content: I didn't realize it was an abridged audiobook until I was surprised by how fast it was over.
reduced or lessened in duration, scope, authority, etc.; diminished or curtailed: Any time anyone's opportunity to vote is hampered, we need to do whatever we can to see that those abridged rights are faced, challenged, and changed.
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