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Adjective
Made lower or smaller in amount, level or degree
“It is shown that the solution allowed the roof to be made with a reduced amount of material.”
Adjective
Cheaper or lower in price
“Practically everything from footwear to frocks, and from teatowels to fancy-work, is to be had at reduced prices during the sales.”
Adjective
Abridged or shortened in the amount of text or detail (of a document)
“This structure is, in fact, is Vogler's reduced version of the hero's journey.”
Adjective
Made smaller in physical size
“When thus reduced in size, the mutton will be soon roasted.”
Adjective
Meager or little in amount
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Very small of its kind
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Having distinct limits or boundaries
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(of a faculty or part of the body) Reduced in quality or efficacy
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Reduced
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In a pulpy state
Adjective
Discontinued
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Lower in rank or status
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(of a liquid) Thickened by heating to reduce the water content
Adjective
Unsuitable for, or inconducive to, growing crops or vegetation
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Diluted, containing an excess of water or liquid
Adjective
A smaller amount of
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Squeezed or confined
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Dried out, lacking or devoid of moisture
Adjective
Not complete or absolute
Adjective
Completely overcome or helpless, especially with distress or exhaustion
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Weak or lacking in strength
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To be running behind schedule
Determiner
Emphasizing insignificance
Verb
To have become something different
Verb
Past tense for to decrease in amount or degree
“It would be beneficial for your health if you reduce the number of cigarettes you smoke daily.”
Verb
Past tense for to lower in length or size
“Cut off the edges of the rope to reduce its length.”
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Past tense for to summarize
“Could you reduce your talking points into a brief summary?”
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Past tense for to bring to an undesirable state
“The hot weather would reduce the ice-cream to an unappetizing mush.”
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Past tense for to lower in volume
“Please reduce the volume as it is too loud!”
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Past tense for to lower in rank
“The law firm would reduce Kim to fact-checking duties as punishment for her support for Jimmy.”
Verb
Past tense for to lower in price
“We can strategically reduce the price of a commodity by flooding the market with it.”
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(cooking) Past tense for to thicken a liquid through heating
“Heat the mixture to gradually reduce it into a nice, creamy sauce for your steak.”
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(of weight) Past tense for to get rid of
“I need to reduce my weight quickly so I can fit into my wedding dress.”
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Past tense for to financially cripple
“The incredible amount of debt sustained would reduce the company into a shell of its former self.”
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Past tense for to forcibly impose obedience or servitude upon
“The tyrannical government would reduce its citizens into nothing more than an army of mindless drones.”
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