rightsize

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verb right·size \ ˈrīt-ˌsīz \

Definition of rightsize

transitive verb
:to reduce (something, such as a workforce) to an optimal size
intransitive verb
:to undergo a reduction to an optimal size

Examples of rightsize in a Sentence

  1. The company plans to rightsize.

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First Known Use of rightsize

1989


RIGHTSIZE Defined for English Language Learners

rightsize

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Definition of rightsize for English Language Learners

  • : to make a company smaller and more efficient by reducing the number of workers


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