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1‘economic policies designed to curtail spending’
reduce, cut, cut down, cut back, decrease, lessen, diminish, slim down, tighten up, retrench, pare down, trim, dock, lop, shrink
shorten, cut short, break off, truncate
restrict, put a restriction on, limit, put a limit on, curb, put the brakes on, rein in, rein back
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