Downsized [verb]

Definition of Downsized:

to decrease in size, especially of a workforce

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Sentence/Example of Downsized:

Her family — two children, her parents, her sister, and two nieces — downsized to a two-bedroom apartment after she lost her wages working at a college cafeteria.

“Legacy List” — “keep the memories, lose the stuff” — travels to the homes of people who are downsizing or moving.

Many downsized or rescheduled, sometimes for months or a year later.

Six years later, a new Smithsonian administration has jettisoned the eye-popping elements of the $2 billion design by Danish architect Bjarke Ingels, opting instead for a dramatically downsized version.

That money, it turns out, goes a long way when many other teams are downsizing.

Because last season was downsized, five regulars signed with English clubs to play regularly.

The Democrats have also downsized plans for their convention, which was originally to be a four-day event at the Wisconsin Center in Milwaukee but is now going to take place mainly on Instagram.