Translation for 'laconic' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   laconic | more laconic | most laconic
SYNO crisp | curt | laconic | ...
laconic {adj}лаконичен
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Translation for 'laconic' from English to Bulgarian

laconic {adj}
Usage Examples English
  • Of his work in Zinnie Harris's "Further Than the Furthest Thing" (2008), Sophie Gorman of "The Irish Independent" wrote, "Enda Oates as the laconic island patriarch radiates suppressed force of character".
  • The game is embellished by Yeager's laconic commentary: When the user crashes one plane, Yeager remarks "You really screwed the pooch on that one", or other asides.
  • The extremely laconic introduction is a blissfully superfluous exclamation of ‘Eusebius’ announcing a conclusive epilogue.
  • A laconic phrase may be used for efficiency (as during military training and operations), for emphasis, for philosophical reasons (especially among thinkers who believe in minimalism, such as Stoics), or to deflate a pompous interlocutor.
  • Telegraphic speech, according to linguistics and psychology, is speech during the two-word stage of language acquisition in children, which is laconic and efficient.

  • Owing to its laconic lexicographical style, the "Erya" is one of a few Chinese classics that have not been fully translated into English.
  • Diverging from the “naturalistic” Disney-like canons that were reigning in the 1950-60s in Soviet animated cartoons, he created his own style, which was laconic yet multi-level, non-trivial and vivid.
  • In modern times, the adjective "Spartan" means simple, frugal, avoiding luxury and comfort. The term "laconic phrase" describes the very terse and direct speech characteristic of the Spartans.
  • The warehouses incorporated laconic brick décor with motives of Romanesque and Classical architecture.
  • Die Türen ("the doors") are a Berlin-based German pop band founded in 2002. The band's lyrics are noted for offbeat laconic humour.

  • Mashasha has a wide vocal range, and is known for his compelling stage presence and charismatic, albeit laconic, performance style.
  • Many fictional characters are also known to deliver one-liners, including James Bond, who usually includes pithy and laconic quips after disposing of a villain.
  • In the face of the other disastrous news from the Eastern Sea Frontier, Mason's report, and his laconic signal, was widely publicized as a success.
  • J. M. Coetzee describes "The Twin" as "a novel of restrained tenderness and laconic humour".
  • Characterized by laconic humor, Byrne's projects examine the ambiguity of language and what is achieved or lost in translation from text to image.

  • His musical language is clear, laconic, natural, and witty. His works were reasonably popular and Rychlík was hardly able to satisfy all requests for new compositions.
  • The backing has been described as "a laconic, loping beat with tremolo laden guitar, wood block maracas, and snapping snare drum sound". The "chicken scratch" guitar was played by James Johnson.
  •  — in which laconic humour glorifies low-class wit and comments on working class conditions; e.g.
  • Mei Chang (played by Lori Tan Chinn; portrayed by Teresa Ting in flashbacks) – An irritable, laconic Chinese woman who runs the prison commissary.
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