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- v. Simple past tense and past participle of reduce.
- adj. Made smaller or less, resulting from reduction.
- adj. Reduced, lowered in price; on sale, at discount price
- adj. In cookery, of a sauce etc., made more concentrated.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. made less in size or amount or degree
- adj. well below normal (especially in price)
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In those cases flashing the name reduced task persistence.
Because the prison sentence exceeds one year, the rapper will be eligible to get fifteen percent of his term reduced for good behavior.
A man who had been jailed four years for injuring two men in a road rage frenzy today had his term reduced to three years on appeal.
Initially sentenced to three years in jail, he had the term reduced to 12 months on appeal and was released three months early for good behaviour.
Drogba, such an influential figure in the dressing room and unimpressed at being on the bench for last month's visit to Tottenham Hotspur, has understandably seen his impact this term reduced by a bout of malaria.
And I was pleased that violent crime in my state during my term reduced by 7 percent.
Regarding the F-117 stealth fighter, it is a stealth aircraft, or what they call reduced visibility aircraft.
• Crisis-hit label reduced to accessories and perfume guardian. co.uk, Tuesday 1 December 2009 19.28 GMT
The man was waiting transportation to prison to serve out a sentence of ten years, and, with the chance of escape before him, it seemed singular that he should reveal a plan which promised to give him liberty; but probably he feared a failure; or that he might be recaptured and his prison sentence increased; while on the other hand by disclosing the plot he could curry favor enough to get his term reduced, and perhaps he might gain a pardon.
110 A private jurisdiction is repugnant to the spirit of monarchy; the parent was again reduced from a judge to an accuser; and the magistrates were enjoined by Severus Alexander to hear his complaints and execute his sentence.
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