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Can I say "In short about our project"? What about "in brief" and "briefly" instead?

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  • What message are you trying to convey? Waht is the situation in which you’d be speaking? – mRotten Feb 7 at 16:54
  • I am doing a project and in the beginning I have to tell about it shortly – skaiste Feb 7 at 16:59
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    You can't say in short about our project . . ., but you could say in short, our project . . . Both in brief and briefly are synonymous and, as introductory phrases, can be used in all the same ways that in short can be used. – Jason Bassford Feb 7 at 19:13