reduced

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An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (lower)
a. reducido (number or weight)
Despite their reduced numbers, the soldiers were able to hold the mountain pass against the enemy forces.A pesar de su reducido número, los soldados protegieron el paso de montaña de las fuerzas enemigas.
b. rebajado (price)
With reduced prices like that, I couldn't help but go on a shopping spree.Con precios así de rebajados, no pude resistirme a salir de compras.
2. (smaller)
a. reducido
The couple couldn't afford the whole property, so the owner offered to sell them a reduced plot.A la pareja no le alcanzaba para todo el terreno, así que el dueño ofreció venderles una parcela reducida.
3. (impoverished)
a.
This refers to an idiomatic word or phrase for which there is no word-for-word translation.
no direct translation
Despite growing up in reduced circumstances, Natalia worked hard to become a famous singer.A pesar de pasar estrecheces durante su crianza, Natalia trabajó duro para convertirse en una cantante famosa.
The family had to live in reduced circumstances until the father could find a better job.La familia tuvo que pasar necesidades hasta que el padre pudiera encontrar un trabajo mejor.
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reduced
An adjective is a word that describes a noun (e.g. the big dog).
adjective
1. (smaller)
a. reducido(a)
on a reduced scalea escala reducida
at reduced pricesa precios reducidos
to live in reduced circumstanceshaber venido a menos
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reduced [rɪˈdjuːst]
adjective
1 (lower) [+numbers, cost, expenditure] reducido; [+price] reducido; rebajado
at a reduced rate con una tarifa reducida or rebajada; con rebaja or descuento; non-smokers have a reduced risk of heart disease los no fumadores tienen menos riesgo de contraer enfermedades cardíacas; I had to get used to living on a reduced income me tuve que acostumbrar a vivir con pocos ingresos
reduced by a half/a quarter `greatly reduced prices'
reduced to clear rebajas por liquidación
2 (smaller) [+size] reducido
French troops will have a reduced role in the area las tropas francesas desempeñarán un papel poco importante en la zona; on a reduced scale a escala reducida
3 (straitened)
to be living in reduced circumstances pasar necesidades or estrecheces
they are the descendants of emperors and kings and are now living in reduced circumstances a wealthy earl now living in reduced circumstances on her income as a struggling writer our family's reduced circumstances made it impossible to keep a maid a maid any longer reduced [instruction set] computer reduced [instruction set] computing
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