Definitions of "short"
  1. A quick and efficient handling of a matter in a court
  2. A term or duration that is not long or extensive
  3. A situation where one sells goods or property they don't currently own, expecting a decrease in market prices
  4. Selling securities or commodities without possessing or contracting them at the time of sale
  5. A situation where available funds are not enough to cover a loan
  6. A situation where a short sale of goods, properties, or financial instruments occurs
How to use "short" in a sentence
  1. The judge decided to keep the case short to save the court's time and resources.
  2. Due to its short term, the contract needs to be renewed annually.
  3. In the stock market, he shorted a large volume of shares, anticipating a fall in price soon.

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