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supersize

Syllabification: su·per·size
Pronunciation: /ˈso͞opərˌsīz
 
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Definition of supersize in English:

verb

[with object]
Produce or serve (something) in a larger size: click here to supersize the picture
More example sentences
  • While some restaurants are still into supersizing, the overall trend is toward smaller portions.
  • If you eat more after a hard workout, it's probably because you've convinced yourself that you deserve a reward - but supersizing your meals is a reward your body doesn't need.
  • And it's not just adults who are supersizing themselves.

adjective

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Larger than average or standard sizes; extremely large: a pair of supersize sunglasses
More example sentences
  • But in an era of supersize burgers and fries that we can purchase without leaving our cars, our innate ‘thriftiness’ can give rise to gluttony and sloth.
  • In today's environment of unregulated pro forma calculations and supersize write-offs, no question is more important to investors.
  • Instead of creating entirely new business models, post-merger supersize companies prefer to use their new bulk to coast on the fumes of past glory and brand name.

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