Yes. You either need to reduce the number of plugins you are using, or to increase the memory PHP is getting on your server. You can do the latter via an .htaccess file if you are running Apache, or via your server’s php.ini file if your server gives you access to that.
Sometimes it is a specific plugin which is causing this error. I remember having a similar memory limit error.
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