from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- intransitive v. To become greater or larger: "the chief executives ... saw the combined value of their share options upsize by $36.6 million on the day [the] layoffs were announced” ( The Economist).
- transitive v. To make greater or larger: "My plan will ... upsize the amount of money Americans get to keep” ( Bob Dole).
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- v. To make larger or more numerous.
- v. To become larger or more numerous; to change to something larger, such as a house.
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