|burned, cremated, reduced to ashes||incinerated|
|(British) train pass that allows one to ride for reduced cost||railcard|
|(Chemistry) potassium compound obtained from wood ashes (used in fertilizers, soaps, etc.), potassium carbonate, potassium compound used in fertilizer, potassium hydroxide||potash|
|ability to be shrunken or reduced||contractibility|
|abnormally low body temperature, condition in which the body temperature is much lower than normal, deliberately reduced body temperature||hypothermia|
|achromat, lens with reduced distortion||achromatic lens|
|act of decreasing, act of lessening, act of diminishing, amount by which something is reduced, chemical reaction, decimalization of fraction, making fraction simpler, meiosis, reducing of something, simplification, smaller copy, thickened sauce||reduction|
|act of grinding; hard and tedious work, drudgery; grating sound, rasp, chop into tiny pieces, crush, break up into small particles; be reduced to powder; sharpen; scrape, rub together harshly; make a harsh grinding sound; crush, oppress; operate by rot...||grind|
|act of shortening by removing or omitting a part; shortened form of a word or words, reduced form, reduction||abbreviation|
|additional, arranged for specific purpose, dish not on usual menu, held in esteem, made for particular purpose, primary, reduced price, sale on specific items; extra newspaper edition; something that is used for a particular purpose or occasion; televi...||special|
|affect every part, answer riddle, make holes in something, puzzle, question or statement presenting a problem to be solved; enigma, mystery; sieve, screen used for sifting, puzzling thing, shake ashes from fire, sift soil or stones, interpret; swell up...||riddle|
|affected by photophobia, growing well in reduced light, having a fear of light, of the fear of light, suffering from the fear of light||photophobic|
|alkali derived from seaweed, ash from barilla plant, plant burned for sodium carbonate||barilla|
|amount of reduction in value, something reduced in value, vehicle damaged beyond repair||write-off|
|amount sold or rate of selling, auction, commercial transaction in which one party buys an item from another party; instance of offering goods at a reduced price; demand for merchandise; auction, department selling things, market or demand, opportunity...||sale|
|ash, ember, small piece of burnt wood or coal, ashes, burned wood or fuel, scoria, slag||cinder|
|ash-gray, like or of ashes, of ashes; resembling ashes; ash-colored||cinereous|
|baking of pottery with reduced oxygen||reduction firing|
|ball of coal residue, form lumpy burned residue, hard brick, something of poor quality, stony matter; failure (Slang), wrong note||clinker|
|basic frame something is built around, bones of person or animal, framework of bones that supports the body of an organism; framework, support structure; very thin person or animal; something that is reduced to its most basic form; secret or shameful i...||skeleton|
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