Logging after a forest fire can reduce the chance of another fire in the same area.Talar después de un incendio forestal puede reducir las posibilidades de un nuevo incendio en la misma zona.
Starting today I'm going to bring my own thermos to the coffee shop to try to reduce the number of cups I throw away.De hoy en adelante voy a traer mi propio termo al café para reducir la cantidad de vasos que tiro.
it reduces the risk of heart disease (by 20%)disminuye el riesgo de enfermedades cardíacas (en un 20%)
they used a stolen car to reduce the risk of detectiona few commonsense precautions can reduce your chances of becoming an auto crime victimhis sentence was reduced from 7 years to fivethey gradually reduced the number of troops in Asiathis has reduced the number of deaths due to road accidentsthey've reduced their workforce by two thirdsconsumption is being reduced by 25 per centthe Government's success in reducing inflationhe is committed to stimulating the economy in the short run and reducing the deficit in the long runwithout immediate government action to reduce unemployment confidence will not returnhe believes the public could do a lot more to reduce crimelowering cholesterol significantly reduced the incidence of heart diseaseas nuclear forces were built up, so the army was reduced in size and importancedriving rain reduced visibilitybring to the boil, then reduce the heat and simmer for 20 minsmore competition will reduce prices and boost productivitythe aim is to maximise revenue by reducing coststhey have promised to reduce public expenditurethe factory is now on short time in order to reduce outputthe cartel's aims were to reduce output and improve profitabilitySaudi Arabia has agreed to reduce its oil output by about 300,000 barrels a dayreduce the oven temperature to 250 degreesin cases of fever, this preparation reduces body temperaturedust that blocks sunlight, reducing global temperaturesPakistan and India are preparing for fresh talks to try to reduce tension in the regiontechniques to reduce stresscan you give me anything to reduce the pain, doctor?
the machine can reduce images by up to 80 percentaspirin reduces inflammation but can have side-effectssimple sling may help reduce the swellingboil the liquid until it is reduced by half to half the quantity
4(bring to specified state)
to reduce sb to despairllevar a algn a la desesperación;to reduce sb to tearshacer llorar a algn
the attentions of the media reduced her to tearsto reduce sth to a [minimum]radioactive emissions have been reduced to a minimumthe risk of casualties is reduced to a minimumyour alcohol intake should be reduced to a minimumto reduce sb to [obedience]/[submission]the previous regime has been reduced to silent obedience to the civil authoritiesattempts to reduce the revolted colonies to obediencethe Tartar hordes were reduced to submission by Ivan by the Terrible
to be reduced to penuryestar sumido en la miseria
Susan and her mother had been by no means reduced to penury after her father's flight
to reduce sth to ashes/rubblereducir algo a cenizas/escombros
every building in the area was reduced to rubblegrind the almonds in a mortar until they are reduced to a fine powder
to reduce sb to silencehacer callar a algn
for the first time in her life she was reduced to silenceher challenge reduced them to silence
we were reduced to begging on the streetsnos vimos obligados a mendigar por las calles