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reduction /rɪˈdʌkʃən/ noun


تخفیف ، تحویل ، استحاله کاهش ، احیاء ، کوچک کردن نقشه ، کم کردن ، (reductional) اختصار ، تبدیل ، تقلیل ، کاهش ، ساده سازی ، احیا ، احاله ، علوم مهندسی: تنزل ، کامپیوتر: کاهش ، عمران: تقلیل ، معماری: احیاء ، قانون ـ فقه: تخفیف ، تقلیل ، شیمی: کاهش ، روانشناسی: کاهش ، بازرگانی: تنزل ، تقلیل ، علوم هوایی: کاهش ، علوم نظامی: کوچک کردن عکس
الکترونیک: کاهش ، کامپیوتر: کاهش ، شیمی: تخفیف ، فقهی: تنزل ، تجارت خارجی: کاهش ، تنزل ، علوم مهندسی: تبدیل ، تخفیف ، تحویل ، استحاله کاهش ، تقلیل ، حقوق: احیای ، کاهش ، هواپیمایی: کوچک کردن نقشه ، کاهش ، احیای ، معماری: کاهش ، تبدیل ، کم کردن ، کوچک کردن عکس ، علوم نظامی: کاهش ، تقلیل ، عمران: کاهش ، روانشناسی: کاهش ، تقلیل ، اقتصاد )reductional(: اختصار، تبدیل ، تقلیل ، کاهش ، ساده سازی ، احیا، احاله

[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

reduction
[noun]
Synonyms: deduction, abatement, discount, rebate, subtraction, demotion, degradation, downgrading
English Thesaurus: decrease, go down, decline, diminish, fall/drop, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

reduction S3 W2 /rɪˈdʌkʃən/ noun
[uncountable and countable] a decrease in the size, price, or amount of something, or the act of decreasing something Antonym : increase:
strategies for noise reduction
reduction in
a slight reduction in the price of oil
reduction of
the reduction of interest rates
reduction on
substantial reductions on children’s clothes
The company promised they would make no staff reductions for at least two years.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

reduction
noun
ADJ. big, considerable, dramatic, drastic, great, huge, large, major, marked, massive, remarkable, severe, significant, substantial The changes may result in a greater reduction in employee numbers than we had previously expected. a sale with massive reductions on selected items
minor, slight, small | further | possible | actual, net, overall, real | across-the-board, general | rapid, sharp, steep | slow | immediate, sudden | gradual, progressive, steady | initial | recent | long-term, permanent | proposed | percentage A small percentage reduction in the cost of materials would mean a significant increase in profit.
capital, cost, debt, deficit, expenditure, pay, price, tariff, tax, wage | emission, noise, pollution, waste | weight | staff | arms, troop
VERB + REDUCTION achieve, make, secure The government has found it difficult to make real reductions in government spending. Every effort is made to secure the highest possible reduction in casualties.
cause, lead to, make, produce, result in These simple changes will make a substantial reduction in the fat content of your diet.
avoid | ask for, demand, seek I asked for a reduction as the dress was damaged.
get, receive Guests staying 14 nights will receive a ten per cent reduction.
suffer They suffered a severe reduction in income.
accept, welcome | give (sb), offer (sb) | propose She proposed a reduction in the state president's powers.
notice, observe, witness I haven't noticed any significant reduction in the performance of my car since switching to unleaded fuel.
announce | forecast The budget forecasts a deficit reduction of 27%.
mean, represent Our average margins dropped to 35%, which represents a reduction in gross margins of £109 million.
show Figures just released show a steady reduction in levels of emissions over the last four years.
REDUCTION + VERB occur, take place
REDUCTION + NOUN target the government's waste reduction targets
PREP. through a/the ~ economic growth through a reduction in interest rates
~ by reduction by 30%
~ from, ~ in There has been a sharp reduction in the number of accidents on motorways.
~ on a 25% reduction on normal subscription rates
~ to a reduction in the speed limit from 50 to 40 miles per hour
PHRASES a reduction in numbers They are concerned about the reduction in numbers of people eligible for legal aid.
a reduction in the amount/number/size of sth the reduction in the number of hospital beds

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

reduction

a big/large reduction
You may have to take a big reduction in salary.
a substantial/considerable reduction (=large enough to have an effect or be important)
Farmers have suffered a substantial reduction in income.
a significant reduction (=large and noticeable)
There has been a significant reduction in traffic since the bypass was built.
a massive reduction (=very large)
There is no reason why the new technology should mean a massive reduction in employment.
a dramatic/drastic reduction (=surprisingly large)
The most immediate effect of retirement is a dramatic reduction in living standards.
a sharp reduction (=large and quick)
High interest rates brought about a sharp reduction in sales.
a gradual reduction
The markets are hoping for a gradual reduction in interest rates.
a marked reduction (=very easy to notice)
There has been a marked reduction in arrests since the ban on alcohol at stadiums.
a 10%/40% etc reduction
The 30 mph speed limit led to a 50 percent reduction in pedestrian deaths.
a price reduction
Retailers may introduce price reductions to attract custom away from their competitors.
arms reduction
They held talks about further arms reductions.
make a reduction
Significant reductions are being made in the defense budget.
a reduction plan/programme/scheme
The terms of the treaty call for a three-phase troop reduction programme.
reduction targets
The agreement set strict reduction targets for carbon emissions.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


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