Definition of unreduced in English:

unreduced

Pronunciation /ʌnrɪˈdjuːst/ /ʌnrɪˈdʒuːst/

adjective

  • Not made smaller or less in amount, degree, or size.

    ‘he is entitled to an unreduced pension at age 61’
    • ‘Depending on the scheme's rules, benefits can be paid either on an unreduced or an enhanced basis.’
    • ‘However, when employees reach full retirement age, they can work and receive unreduced social security retirement benefits no matter how much they earn.’
    • ‘Regular federal employees typically have to wait until they are 55 and have 30 years of service to collect an unreduced pension before the age of 62.’
    • ‘The defendant received a lump sum of approximately $39,000 (which he rolled into an RRSP) and an unreduced pension.’
    • ‘No unreduced early retirement pensions have been offered to those made redundant since 1999.’
    • ‘They made an order under 21E (3) (b) and thereby fixed the unreduced sentence for the offence under the Customs Act.’

Pronunciation

unreduced

/ʌnrɪˈdjuːst/ /ʌnrɪˈdʒuːst/