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scaled-down Syllabification: scaled-down
Pronunciation: /ˌskāldˈdoun/

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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  • Instead of three meals a day, try eating five or six scaled-down versions.
  • In the past, the Birmingham show was little more than a scaled-down version of its huge Continental cousins.
  • The openers will be performing a scaled-down acoustic set.

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