October 13th, 2016

facepalm

Daily Count Challenge to hanorganaas.

I totally failed. Again. :o(

Last week my co-worker told me that she won't be at work yesterday (Wednesday). So I also had to do her work yesterday. :o/ My day looked like this: Going to my second job (04:30 am to 12:30 pm), sleeping (12:30 pm to 03:00 pm), eating, going to my first job (03:30 pm to 08:15 pm), watching some TV (08:15 pm to 11:00 pm). There was really no time to do something. *meh* Sorry. :o(

hanorganaas, you're next for today (Thursday). Good luck. ♡
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Word of the Day 10/13/16 Truncate

October 13, 2016

Truncate (verb, adjective)
truncate [truhng-keyt]


verb (used with object), truncated, truncating.
1. to shorten by cutting off a part; cut short: Truncate detailed explanations.
2. Mathematics, Computers. to shorten (a number) by dropping a digit or digits: The numbers 1.4142 and 1.4987 can both be truncated to 1.4.

adjective
3. truncated.
4. Biology.
   a. square or broad at the end, as if cut off transversely.
   b. lacking the apex, as certain spiral shells.

Synonyms
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1. abridge, trim, curtail, abbreviate.

Origin: 1480-90; < Latin truncātus (past participle of truncāre to lop), equivalent to trunc(us) trunk + -ātus -ate

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