Thesaurus / compact


For comparison, a Tesla Model Y compact crossover has a 75 kWh battery pack.
CounterCurrentAbout as sprawling and diverse a show as the compact Gallery B can contain, “CounterCurrent” encompasses painting, sculpture, drawing and photography as well as decorative crafts.
On the other hand, electric chippers are compact and relatively quiet, less expensive than gas-powered ones, and easy to use.
It's the company's compact crossover, built on its new Skyactiv-Vehicle architecture, which it shares with the Mazda 3 sedan and hatchback.
The Omega is super compact, allowing it to fit in small spaces with ease, and its design aims to expose your ingredients to as little oxygen as possible during the process to cut down on oxidation and potential changes in flavor.
There are more than a few options out there, so we’ve created this compact packet for you to peruse.
We can make them lighter and more compact than ever before, so it’s far easier to send them into space.
If you want to go smaller still, a compact 60 percent keyboard has smaller keys and smaller gaps between them than the full-size and tenkeyless options.
Schwarzschild’s math revealed how the curvature of spacetime would differ around stars of the same mass but increasingly smaller sizes — in other words, stars that were more and more compact.
Finally, if you are a frequent traveler, but don’t trust the hotel room hair dryer to take care of your locks, look for one with a retractable cord, foldable handle, and compact design.


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