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Reduction | Definition of Reduction by Merriam-Webster
a drastic reduction in size Many voters want to see some reduction of the deficit. There is a 20 percent reduction on selected items during this sale.
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re·duc·tion (rĭ-dŭk′shən) n. 1. The act or process of reducing. 2. The result of reducing: a reduction in absenteeism. 3. The amount by which something is lessened or diminished: a reduction of 12 percent in violent crime. 4. A sauce that has been thickened or concentrated by boiling. 5. Biology The first meiotic division, in which the chromosome ...
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Movies. the process of making a print of a narrower gauge from a print of a wider gauge: the reduction of 35-mm films to 16-mm for the school market.
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reduction, in chemistry: see oxidation and reduction oxidation and reduction, complementary chemical reactions characterized by the loss or gain, respectively, of one or more electrons by an atom or molecule.
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Reduction, any of a class of chemical reactions in which the number of electrons associated with an atom or a group of atoms is increased.The electrons taken up by the substance reduced are supplied by another substance, which is thereby oxidized. See oxidation-reduction reaction.
REDUCTION | meaning in the Cambridge English Dictionary
reduction definition: 1. the act of making something, or of something becoming, smaller in size, amount, degree, importance, etc.: 2. a copy of a photograph, picture ...
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3 the act or an instance of bringing to a lower grade or rank . the captain was punished with a reduction to lieutenant