Q: unduly reducing とはどういう意味ですか?
A: ‘Unduly’ means excessively, inappropriately, somewhat overboard.
So I would think ‘unduly reducing’ means that the reduction involved (whatever the context is) is too excessive, too much.
Q: reduce とはどういう意味ですか?
A: decrease the value of something
Q: reduce to … とはどういう意味ですか?
A: It can have a lot of different nuances, depending on the context.

To make smaller, to make lower, to bring to the most fundamental state.
Q: reduce とはどういう意味ですか?
A: To lessen, to make less
Q: reduce とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Decrease/lower.
You need to reduce the amount of food you're eating. =You need to eat less food


Q: reduce を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I'm trying to reduce the amount of calories I consume.

The population of tigers was reduced significantly in the twentieth century.

The rain is getting heavy. You must reduce your speed.

Today in math class we learned how to reduce fractions to their lowest terms.
Q: reduce を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: reduce の意味 :
【 他動詞 】
1. ) ≪ ~ から/ ~ へ ≫< 大きさ・数量・価格など > を減少させる、 減らす ≪ from / to ≫ 2. ) [ しばしば受身で用いて ] ≪ 好ましくない状態などに ≫( 無理に ) 変えられる; ≪ ~ に ≫ 降格させられる; ≪ ~ する ≫ 羽目になる ≪ to doing ≫ 3. ) [ しばしば受身で用いて ]≪ より単純な形に ≫ まとめられる、 還元される 4. ) < 液体 > を煮詰める 5. ) < 都市など > を征服する、 制圧する 6. ) 『化学』< 化合物を >( ~ に ) 還元する 7. ) 『数学』< 分数 > を約分 [ 通分 ] する 8. ) 『外科』 < 脱臼など > を整復する、 正常に戻す
【 自動詞 】
1. ) ≪ ある体重まで ≫( 節食をして ) やせる、 減量する≪ to ≫ 2. ) < 物や事が >≪ ~ まで ≫ 減少する ≪ to ≫

1. 他動詞
1. ≪ ~ から/ ~ へ ≫< 大きさ・数量・価格など > を減少させる、 減らす ≪ from / to ≫


These articles are reduced from 135,800yen to 100,000yen.
これらの品物は 135,800円 から 100,000円 に値引きされている。

I have to reduce my expenses this month.

She tried to reduce her weight.

We can reduce trash.

2. [ しばしば受身で用いて ] ≪ 好ましくない状態などに ≫( 無理に ) 変えられる; ≪ ~ に ≫ 降格させられる; ≪ ~ する ≫ 羽目になる ≪ to doing ≫

The earthquake has reduced the town to rubble.

The poor old man was reduced to just a skeleton.

She was reduced to tears.

He was reduced to begging.

4. < 液体 > を煮詰める


Boil until the sauce is reduced to 1/4 cup.
1/4 カップになるまでソースを煮詰める。

Q: reduce を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: reduce means to make something smaller or lower the amount of. for example:
the number of workers were reduced today.
washing your hands reduces your chance of getting sick.
Q: reduce を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: I have the desire to reduce this stuff in one post.


Q: reduce と dampen はどう違いますか?
A: We’re talking about noise? To dampen a sound means to reduce its volume somehow. Imagine putting towels over a speaker.

It’s a descriptive way of talking about reducing the volume of a sound. But not at the source, not just by turning the volume down, but by doing something to the sound itself.
Q: reduce と decrease はどう違いますか?
A: First of all, "decrease" is not always transitive. You can say "the population has decreased" but you can't say "the population has reduced".
Besides that, there's not much difference, though. "reduce" has connotations of reducing size, whereas "decrease" has connotations of reducing number, but those are connotations, not meaning, and they can be used interchangably in most circumstances.
The biggest difference between them is that "decrease" is always referring specifically to a big something becoming a smaller something, whereas "reduce" can refer to changes in state or condition too. For example, you can say, "she has been reduced to poverty", but not "she has been decreased to poverty", that doesn't make sense, because the number and size of "she" is still the same, and "decrease" cannot be applied in that metaphorical sense.
Q: reduce と decreace はどう違いますか?
A: Reduce is to make smaller in size or number.
Decrease is to lower in strength, diminish.
Q: reduce と narrow down はどう違いますか?
A: I agree.
reduce = make it smaller.
narrow down = make it smaller and eliminate the less important.
Q: reduce と decrease はどう違いますか?
A: They both have the same meaning. However, reduce can only be used when a subject is acting on an object (it's a transitive only verb). There are some exceptions to this rule for "reduce" but it is very rare and I've never seen it as a native speaker.

"Decrease" can be used when a subject is acting on an object and also when a subject is acting.

For example: You can say, "We reduce waste," or "We decrease waste." You cannot say, "Waste reduces," but you can say, "Waste decreases."

You can say, "He reduces his run time," and "He decreases his run time." You cannot say, "His run time reduces," but you can say, "His run time decreases."

Also, "decrease" can be used as a noun, but "reduce" cannot be used as a noun.

For example: You can say, "There was a decrease in production." You cannot say, "There was a reduce in production."

I hope this helps. Sorry it's so long. Please let me know if you have any questions.


Q: Can I reduce figured out to figured??? please let me know :( は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: Depends, but in quite a few cases yes! :)

(...but you might have to change the sentence a bit)

I figured it out.
I figured how to solve the problem.

Technically they don’t have exactly the same meanings though...

Difference according to internet:

Figure tends to mean realised or thought.
Figure out tends to mean solve.
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Q: Could you reduce some off please?? That's too much. Could you reduce more??😭

A: × Could you reduce some off please??
✓ Could you reduce some of it, please??

Q: reduceの発音を音声で教えてください。
A: Hope this helps 👍
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