ETYM Old Eng. bref, French brief, bref, from Latin brevis.
1. Concise and succinct.
2. Of short duration; SYN. little.
In law, the written instructions sent by a solicitor to a barrister before a court hearing.
1. A condensed written summary or abstract.
2. A document stating the facts and points of law of a client's case; SYN. legal brief.
Dopis, poštanska pošiljka.
To give essential information to someone.