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Another word for truncate

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Verb
  1. To decrease, as in length or amount, by or as if by severing or excising

      1. To remove (excess or unwanted parts):
      2. To cut (something) down to the required size or shape
      3. To clip, lop, cut, etc.
      1. To cut a slit or slits in, especially so as to reveal an underlying color:
      2. To cut or form by cutting with forceful sweeping strokes:
      3. To cut or wound with a sweeping stroke or strokes, as of a knife
      1. To cut with or as if with shears:
      2. To cut or clip the hair, wool, etc. from
      3. To come apart or break under the action of shearing stress
      1. To cut away or remove unnecessary parts
      2. To cut off or remove dead or living parts or branches of (a plant, for example) to improve shape or growth.
      3. To remove or cut out as superfluous.
      1. To remove by or as if by cutting, clipping, or shaving:
      2. To remove the outer covering or skin of with a knife or similar instrument:
      3. To cut or trim away (the rind, skin, covering, rough surface, etc.) of (anything); peel
      1. To become lower; sink, fall, become reduced, etc.
      2. To let, bring, or move down to a lower level.
      3. To weaken; undermine:
      1. To trim (a tree, etc.) by cutting off branches, twigs, or stems
      2. To cut off a part or parts from; trim:
      3. (Usually with off) To cut off as the top or extreme part of anything, especially to prune a small limb off a shrub or tree, or sometimes to behead someone.
      1. To bring down by cutting.
      2. (Idiomatic) To reduce the amount of something.
      3. Used other than as an idiom: see cut,"Ž down.
      1. (Intransitive with on) To reduce the amount of (something).
      2. (Intransitive with on) To reduce consumption.
      3. (Intransitive with on) To reduce spending.
      1. To remove or delete:
      2. To go directly and often hastily:
      3. To form by penetrating, probing, or digging:
      1. To remove sections, as along the edges, of (a photographic image) so as to improve the composition of the finished print
      2. To cut (hair, for example) very short.
      3. To cut or bite off the tops or ends of:
      1. To cut short; curtail.
      2. To cut the hair of
      3. To cut off the edge of (coins)
      1. To shape or form by chopping:
      2. To cut into small pieces:
      3. To cut by striking with a heavy sharp tool, such as an ax:
    See also:

    increase

Another word for truncate

Verb
      1. To remove or cut out as superfluous.
      2. To cut out or get rid of as being unnecessary
      3. To cut off or remove dead or living parts or branches of (a plant, for example) to improve shape or growth.
      1. To ruin or spoil through ineptitude or ignorance:
      2. To mutilate or disfigure by battering, hacking, cutting, or tearing:
      3. To mutilate or disfigure by repeatedly and roughly cutting, tearing, hacking, or crushing; lacerate and bruise badly
      1. To cut off a part or parts from; trim:
      2. (Usually with off) To cut off as the top or extreme part of anything, especially to prune a small limb off a shrub or tree, or sometimes to behead someone.
      3. To trim (a tree, etc.) by cutting off branches, twigs, or stems
    See also:

    trim