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reducible

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishreduciblere‧duc‧i‧ble /rɪˈdjuːsəbəl $ rɪˈduːs-/ adjective [not before noun] formal 🔊 🔊 able to be considered simply as somethingreducible to 🔊 Things do not happen according to plan, and they are not reducible to tidy models.
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reducibleI behold him as something no smaller or more finite or reducible than my passions.Government is not reducible to a single quantitative indicator.The gender division is reducible to biology.For realists, power is ultimately reducible to coercion.The reproduction of gender relations is neither outside the class system nor is it reducible to it.All questions were reducible to that, all problems would be solved by that.And for those who dug deeper there was no blame and no clear enemy - all was reducible to unconscious hurt.
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