reduce the numberWhat are we really talking about when saying we would have to reduce the numbers of staff?
reduce the amountReducing the fraction of benefits which the manager receives will reduce the amount of effort put in, ceteris paribus.
reduce the riskAdvice is also available on injecting techniques and safer sex to reduce the risk of hepatitis or HIV.
should reduceObject-oriented approaches should reduce this time dramatically, POSC says.
help to reduceLearning effects may also help to reduce costs and thereby prices.
able to reduceWith the new, smaller board, they were able to reduce the support staff.
attempt to reduceDomitian's decree was the first recorded attempt to reduce a European winelake.
reduce the likelihoodTo use the term more widely may reduce the likelihood that the pupil will be encouraged to use any vision, however slight it may be.
reduce the sizeKeys in all VSAM indexes are compressed, only the distinguishing parts of the keys being stored, in order to reduce the size of index entries.
order to reduceIn the same way, external stimuli become incorporated into dreams in order to reduce their arousing effect.
reduce the levelEven some Keynesians argued that higher rates or local taxes could reduce the level of private savings, thus boosting demand above the expected levels.
also reduceDemonstrations also reduce risk because they prove the benefits of the product.
reduce emissionsThe European Community (EC) has since agreed to stabilise or reduce emissions by 2000.
likely to reduceAlthough slowing the traffic down it is unlikely to reduce the volume, and the pinch points will result in the tailback of vehicles waiting to get through.
help reduceOn July 4, 1989, the government, business leaders and the CTV signed an economic pact to help reduce inflation and combat recession.
way to reduceThe only sure way to reduce the danger is to reduce the world's store of uranium and plutonium.
reduce the rateBut the main interest is in trying to reduce the rate of first heart attacks among middle-aged men prone to CHD (men have maybe four times as many heart attacks as women).
expect to reduce
reduce speedsThe narrowing on its own was unlikely however to reduce speeds significantly, so pinch points were placed at intervals of about 50m along the road.
decide to reduce
design to reduce
reduce the needSuch designs may include ‘simulation’— the modelling of a design and calculation of performance, for example to reduce the need to build experimental equipment.
must reduceHe must reduce himself to zero and have perfect control over all senses…’.
use to reduce