reduction[ ri-duhk-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF reduction
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR REDUCTION
Gotleib contended that Arledge could sustain the reduction required.
As a rule, however, the associations will not hear of even such a reduction.
The reduction in rent in this case was at least a third of the total.
His debts of 1000 had been paid, and his allowance of 300 threatened with the reduction of a third.
This chute, Fuller had said, led to the outside at the back of the reduction plant.
The reduction of the law of nations to a system was reserved for Grotius.
I should give a conditional acceptance, and treat for a reduction of the amount.'
The reduction of the penalty, however, made this of small avail.
Second: Date of the first reduction to writing, or the preparation of drawings.
One method of solution was the reduction of one problem to another.