reduct

transitive verb re·duct \rə̇ˈdəkt\

Definition of reduct

-ed/-ing/-s

  1. 1 :  reduce

  2. 2 dialectal :  deduct you can reduct it from my wages — A. E. Coppard

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Origin and Etymology of reduct

Latin reductus, past participle of reducere


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