downsize wants to grow by opening gyms under its own name and ownership, rather than selling franchises and licenses.
Montag told the magazine that she hopes to downsize to a DD or a D, rather than fully remove her implants immediately.
downsize Fitness, a Chicago-based, overweight-only gym, is upsizing in a hurry.
But downsize Fitness, which requires members to be overweight, plans to make a profit by creating community.
Yes, Ms. Donatacci is going to have to downsize, and perhaps get rid of some of those nannies.
Already, he said, consumers “downsize” their purchases at the end of the month as they run out of money.
downsize has combined these three insights into a new business model.
That short-lived golden period ended around 2000 as Hollywood began to slash budgets and downsize productions.
Her message was baseline Republican: lower taxes, downsize government and win in Iraq.
To reduce in number, especially personnel: “The company decided to downsize half the workers in the aircraft division.” It can also be used in reference to objects: “I decided to downsize my wardrobe and threw out all my old T-shirts.”
Note: Downsize is a recent euphemism for “fire, lay off.” Company managers often use this term in an attempt to soften the blow of wide-scale layoffs.
To reduce the size of a company by eliminating employees, in order to increase profits (1980s+)