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Translation of "reduce" - English-Spanish dictionary

reduce

verb   /rɪˈdjuːs/ ( present participle reducing, past tense and past participle reduced)
B1 to make something less reducir, rebajar Prices have been reduced by almost 50 percent. Reduce your speed.
(Definition of reduce from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

reduce

verb /rəˈdjuːs/
to make less, smaller etc reducir The shop reduced its prices The train reduced speed.
(American) to lose weight by dieting adelgazar, perder peso I must reduce to get into that dress.
to drive, or put, into a particular (bad) state reducir (a) The bombs reduced the city to ruins She was so angry, she was almost reduced to tears During the famine, many people were reduced to eating grass and leaves.
reducible adjective
reducible
reduction /-ˈdak-/ noun
reducción The government promised a reduction in prices later price reductions.
(Definition of reduce from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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