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reductive
American English: /rəˈdəktɪv/
British English: /rɪˈdʌktɪv/

Translation of reductive in Spanish:

adjective

  • Example sentences
    • Not only is this view reductive, it reinscribes the ethnocentrism of the Britain's imperialist past under the guise of making a ‘safer’ present through the same war-mongering means.
    • Crass, cheap, reductive and - if viewed in a certain light - even rather homophobic?
    • But such a view is surely reductive: Young has not only been actively releasing albums throughout the 90s and into the 00s, but several of them been unexpectedly solid as well.

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