לְהַפחִית, לְצַמְצֵם, לְהַקְטִין, לְחַסֵר, לְבַצֵר, לִגמוֹד, לִגרוֹעַ, לְהוֹזִיל, לִרְזוֹת, לְמַעֵט, לְפַחֵת, לִפחוֹת
Verb(1) cut down on; make a reduction in(2) make less complex(3) bring to humbler or weaker state or condition(4) simplify the form of a mathematical equation of expression by substituting one term for another(5) lower in grade or rank or force somebody into an undignified situation(6) be the essential element(7) reduce in size; reduce physically(8) lessen and make more modest(9) make smaller(10) to remove oxygen from a compound, or cause to react with hydrogen or form a hydride, or to undergo an increase in the number of electrons(11) narrow or limit(12) put down by force or intimidation(13) undergo meiosis(14) reposition (a broken bone after surgery(15) destress and thus weaken a sound when pronouncing it(16) reduce in scope while retaining essential elements
(1) Young people considering setting up in business should look to reduce the risk involved as much as possible.(2) But what is being done to try and lower this risk and thus reduce the cost of car insurance for everyone?(3) Next, take out the lobsters, keep them warm and reduce the cooking liquid.(4) It also helps reduce the risk of coronary heart disease.(5) we need to reduce pollution significantly(6) He says it will cut red-tape for many businesses in Scotland and reduce their costs.(7) It is easy to reduce arguments to simplistic ideas.(8) By practicing sound risk management on a daily basis, you can reduce and eliminate potential accidents and injuries.(9) These people are highly sensitive to carbohydrates and can't seem to lose any weight unless they severely reduce their carb intake.(10) You can drink the stock as soup or reduce the cooking liquid by 3/4 for a few minutes to make a delicious light sauce.(11) Without appropriate training, most animal tissues reduce in size.(12) This teaches how you can permanently reduce you weight by reducing the carbohydrates you eat.(13) bills will reduce by 10%(14) Kocher's manoeuvre was attempted to reduce the dislocation.(15) Add the wings back to the pan along with the chicken stock and tarragon and reduce the liquid by two thirds.(16) they've seen their sales reduce
(1) to reduce :: להפחית
1. lessen ::
2. bring to ::
3. demote ::
4. discount ::
5. shorten ::
6. boil down ::
7. lose weight ::
8. shrink ::
9. deoxidize ::
10. tighten ::
11. thin out ::
12. keep down ::
שמור על פרופיל נמוך
13. scale down ::
14. bring down ::
15. decoct ::
1. advance ::
2. elevate ::
3. promote ::
4. raise ::
Different Formsreduce, reduced, reduces, reducing
Word Example from TV Shows
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Your job is to REDUCE the diplomatic
pressure so I can do my job.
Money Heist Season 3, Episode 5
The correct answer is, "When covered by
liquid sufficient to REDUCE the coefficient...
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 5
...that REDUCE the great concepts
of science to anecdotes...
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 4
And in an effort to REDUCE awkwardness
as we learn how to function as friends,
The Big Bang Theory Season 9, Episode 9
Breaking Bad Season 4, Episode 5
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