reduced hemoglobin n.
Hemoglobin in red blood cells after the oxygen of oxyhemoglobin is released in the tissues.
- Reduced instruction set computer
processor (RISC) A processor whose design is based on the rapid execution of a sequence of simple instructions rather than on the provision of a large variety of complex instructions (as in a Complex Instruction Set Computer). Features which are generally found in RISC designs are uniform instruction encoding (e.g. the op-code is always in […]
- Reduced level
noun 1. (surveying) calculated elevation in relation to a particular datum
noun, Mechanics. 1. a quantity obtained when one particle is moving about another, larger particle that is also moving, equivalent to the mass of the smaller particle, were the larger particle not moving, and equal to the quotient of the product of the two masses divided by their sum.
- Reduced paid-up insurance
[peyd-uhp] /ˈpeɪdˌʌp/ noun 1. life insurance in which a nonforfeiture value is used to purchase a reduced amount of fully paid-up insurance of the same kind as the surrendered policy.