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supersize

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transitive verb su·per·size \ˈsü-pər-ˌsīz\

Simple Definition of supersize

  • : to make (something, such as a serving of food in a fast food restaurant) very large

Full Definition of supersize

su·per·sizedsu·per·siz·ing

  1. :  to increase considerably the size, amount, or extent of

Examples of supersize

  1. I'll have the combo meal. Would you like to supersize it?

  2. <we'll have to supersize our contributions to our retirement fund>



1994

First Known Use of supersize

1994


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