Words nearby downsize
How to use downsize in a sentence
Her family — two children, her parents, her sister, and two nieces — downsized to a two-bedroom apartment after she lost her wages working at a college cafeteria.
“Legacy List” — “keep the memories, lose the stuff” — travels to the homes of people who are downsizing or moving.How downsizing expert Matt Paxton helps Americans sort through their stuff|Jura Koncius|January 21, 2021|Washington Post
Many downsized or rescheduled, sometimes for months or a year later.4 tips for planning a wedding during COVID|Rachel Schallom|January 18, 2021|Fortune
Six years later, a new Smithsonian administration has jettisoned the eye-popping elements of the $2 billion design by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, opting instead for a dramatically downsized version.Smithsonian abandons $2 billion expansion plan unveiled in 2014|Peggy McGlone|January 11, 2021|Washington Post
That money, it turns out, goes a long way when many other teams are downsizing.With deep pockets, grand ambition, new Mets owner swings blockbuster deal for Francisco Lindor|Dave Sheinin|January 7, 2021|Washington Post
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.
Downsize wants to grow by opening gyms under its own name and ownership, rather than selling franchises and licenses.
Downsize has combined these three insights into a new business model.
To join Downsize, members must have at least 50 pounds of weight to lose.
British Dictionary definitions for downsize
Cultural definitions for downsize
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.”