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scaled-down

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Definition of scaled-down in English:

adjective

Reduced in size or extent: a scaled-down version of the plan scaled-down furniture
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  • The film is not one of his epic ensemble pieces, but rather a scaled-down, sharply-drawn character study within a meticulously observed society.
  • Scaled-down adult objects are often the best toys for kids.
  • Garden tractors are scaled-down versions of farm tractors, with 12 to 20 horsepower engines and 38- to 60-inch mowing decks.

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