- reductive (adj.)
- 1630s, "that reduces;" 1650s, "that leads or brings back," from Medieval Latin reductivus, from reduct-, past participle stem of Latin reducere (see reduce). Related: Reductively.
- 1. The explosive images and conjunctions, often contradictory, are reductive and then romantic.
- 这些爆发性的意象和结合常常相互矛盾, 支离破碎而又富于浪漫色彩.
- 2. In anaerobic environments, chlorinated aromatic compounds were usually degraded by reductive dechlorination.
- 3. Ordinal dish of will other systems are reductive shut can.
- 4. Zoology is retreated is farmland area reductive land advocate element.
- 5. Extracting wine and skins from Ganimedes tanks is far more reductive.
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