IN MATH: 1. v. with fractions, to factor out all factors of one so as to make both numerator and denominator "smaller" numbers in absolute value. EX. Can 4/7 be reduced?

IN ENGLISH: 1. v. to make smaller. EX. If one reduces caloric intake, it is logical to assume weight may be reduced.

APPLICATION: See list 270.

ENGLISH: 1. adj. able to be reduced.

APPLICATION: See list 270.

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