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downscale (v.)

"reduce in size or scale," 1945, American English, from down (adv.) + scale (v.). In business, especially, "to reduce the size of an operation." Related: Downscaled; downscaling. From 1966 as an adjective.

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Definitions of downscale

downscale (adj.)
intended for people with low incomes;
mass-produced downscale versions of high-priced fashions
From wordnet.princeton.edu