- v. Simple past tense and past participle of downsize.
“Gordon calculated, about 10 million workers would have been freed -- none dare call it "downsized" -- to do something more valuable in the economy (which almost anything other than implementing a wasteful strategy would be), realizing a possible "corporate bureaucratic dividend" of some half a trillion dollars.”
“For more than 40,000 lives lost in downsized automobiles because of CAFE standards,”
“What happens for many people when they're downsized is they drop out for awhile," Rosenberg says.”
“From what I understand, the key chain downsized the images to save space, any image you have will be small anyway.”
“The amounts are a little strange because it was downsized from a 25 cuke original recipe.”
“Avenue Q "downsized" - moving from its Broadway home of six years (the Golden), to Off-Broadway's New World Stages - it lost 306 seats, some of its ticket price, and … that's about it.”
“And more and more people who used to be in big structural bureaucracies are finding themselves downsized, which is a cruel way of saying you're middle-aged and out of work.”
“Apart from the crisp sampling (which recalls a downsized CHEMICAL BROTHERS at best) and the frantic, but polished "new rock" assault (like ARCTIC MONKEYS) that occupies the second half, the James Righton's song wouldn't be a highlight for many people.”
“that's the best time to send the thank you note i sent one printed on vellum years ago when i was "downsized" - they doubled my severance afterward.”
“The main protagonists are again historian Daniel Kind who, with his media-darling girlfriend Miranda, have "downsized" to a life in the Lakes; and Detective Chief Inspector Hannah Scarlett, whose increasingly unsympathetic partner Marc owns a local bookshop-cafe.”
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