Meaning of reducer in English:

reducer

Pronunciation /rɪˈdjuːsə/ /rɪˈdʒuːsə/

noun

See reduce

‘The environmental noise reducer is aimed at industry as well as individuals and the industrial version, for use in factories, could cost £10,000.’
  • ‘In addition, some water reducers increase air content.’
  • ‘The most effective combinations include at least two antibiotics plus the acid reducers.’
  • ‘Although it has a long history in traditional Chinese medicine as a fever reducer, modern science has largely revealed the supplement's role in enhancing brain function.’
  • ‘Exercise is another important stress reducer - particularly during the winter, when many people aren't as active as they are during other times of the year.’