Part of speech:
An amount that is or may be deducted:
A percentage or share of the profits of an enterprise, especially one given or accepted as a bribe.
A reducing or being reduced
A reduction in the price of something in consideration of a large order or of turning in a used article, etc.
A return of part of an amount paid, as for goods or services, serving as a reduction or discount
The amount by which something decreases.
The amount of reduction in price
The amount lowered; a reduction.
A cutting or being cut
(--- Cdn.) A government grant of land forming a subdivision of a township
(Informal) Advantage; gain:
The act of saving imperiled property from loss.
An amount paid or required, often as an installment payment, for an insurance policy.
The act or process of diminishing; a lessening or reduction.
A public board or administrative body:
The deduction of a certain amount in the computation of net income with regard to taxation, allowed for an individual, that individual's dependents, and certain characteristics, such as blindness or age.
A change in an organism that results from external influences and cannot be inherited.
Money paid back from a charge previously made; refund, esp. of import duties when the taxed commodities are later exported
A repayment of funds.
A deduction from gross weight made to allow for the weight of a container.
Reduction in the purchasing value of money.
A sharp, violent reaction
(Cooking) To boil (a liquid) in order to decrease the volume and concentrate the flavors
To write down.
To reduce in height, elevation, amount, value, etc.
To turn in (coupons, for example) and receive something in exchange.
(Music) To reduce (a perfect or a minor interval) by a half step
To write off an expenditure for (a tangible asset) by prorating over a certain period, usually the estimated useful life of the asset.
(Dial.) To think; give as one's opinion
To cut a slit or slits in, especially so as to reveal an underlying color:
To sell (something) at a price lower than the real, normal, or appropriate value.
To ask questions.
To doubt the truth or sincerity of:
To refuse to believe:
(Law) To discontinue or reject (a claim or action)
(--- Informal) To disregard on purpose. Usually used in the imperative:
(Law) To reject (a bill of indictment) for lack of evidence
To estimate or make appear to be of the least possible amount, value, or importance
To perform the arithmetic operation of subtraction.
To derive by deduction; deduce.
To knowingly say that something is smaller or less important than it actually is.
To depreciate (money, etc.) officially
To disparage; belittle:
(Computers) To mark (a component of a software standard) as obsolete to warn against its use in the future so that it may be phased out.
(Rare) To lower in esteem; disparage
To draw or take away; divert:
To lower in esteem; discredit
To think, represent, or speak of as small or unimportant
the act of reducing the selling price of merchandise
Interest deducted in a lump sum by a bank from a loan when the loan is made: it is computed from the date of the loan to the date of the final payment on the basis of the original amount of the loan
bar from attention or consideration
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