made less in size or amount or degree
well below normal (especially in price)
Made smaller or less, resulting from reduction.
Reduced, lowered in price; on sale, at discount price
Real bargains: these precious books are reduced at half price!
In cookery, of a sauce etc., made more concentrated.
chicken served with a reduced red wine sauce.
Military Dictionary and Gazetteer
In a military sense, is to be taken off the establishment, and to cease to receive pay as soldiers. When a regiment is reduced, the officers are generally put upon half-pay. Sometimes the corps are reduced, and the officers remain upon full pay. This happens at the close of a war, when the standing army of the country is confined to a certain number of battalions. Hence is derived the expression, in and out of the break. In the break, is the liability of being reduced. Out of the break, is the certainty of being kept upon the establishment.
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Rank popularity for the word 'reduced' in Written Corpus Frequency: #2422
Rank popularity for the word 'reduced' in Adjectives Frequency: #779
The numerical value of reduced in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of reduced in Pythagorean Numerology is: 6
Investment banks' main trading partners over the last 20 years have been other financial institutions. So the revenue potential has been reduced. The landscape has changed.
I know that my résumé... is usually reduced to' She didn't become the governor of Georgia.' But it is important to understand all the things I did to prepare for that contest, that campaign was not a whim. It was the outcome of decades of deliberate work building my capacity to serve as many people as I could, in the most effective way possible.
Russia not only prevented the increase of greenhouse emissions, it has reduced them.
The 10 percent who make it through the first year own an average of seven guitars, when we gathered the data and looked at the facts, we said, 'Oh my God, if we just reduced the abandonment rate by even 10 percent, we could perhaps double the size of the industry.'.
One of the key things the December selloff did was it priced a materially reduced set of earnings expectations for 2019. As a result, investors are going to be somewhat forgiving of companies who either miss estimates or are somewhat tentative in their guidance because they are now expecting that, any companies that talk about 2019 being just as good as 2018 or even sequentially a lot better are going to constitute an upside surprise.
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