- to develop or cause to grow gradually less or smaller, as in number, quantity, or intensity.
- To cause to grow less; to decrease slowly.
- The work or procedure of reducing.
- The amount by which anything reduces.
- a sum through which a quantity is reduced.
- a decrease in the number of stitches, typically accomplished by suspending the stitch to-be diminished from another existing stitch or by knitting it along with another stitch. See reduce (knitting).
- A becoming less; steady diminution; decay.
- The wane of this moon.
- A becoming less; diminution; wane (as applied to the moon); decay: because, an instant loss of revenue or of energy.
- The amount where one thing is lessened; degree of loss or decrement: because, a good reduction in production or of income.
- the act of decreasing or lowering some thing
- the amount wherein one thing decreases
- a change downward
- an ongoing process to become smaller or reduced
- Of a quantity, to become smaller.
- In order to make (a quantity) smaller.
- decrease in size, level, or range
- make smaller
- to develop less, -- opposed to boost; become diminished gradually, in size, degree, quantity, timeframe, etc., or in strength, high quality, or excellence.
- In order to become less; lessen; be reduced slowly in extent, volume, volume, or quantity, or in strength, impact, or quality: because, the times reduction in length from June to December.
- To make less; lessen; make smaller in space, amount, quality, superiority, etc.; decrease slowly or by tiny deductions.
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