supersize

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su·per·size

 (so͞o′pər-sīz′)
tr.v. su·per·sized, su·per·siz·ing, su·per·siz·es
1. To order (a portion of food) in the largest amount offered, especially at a fast-food restaurant.
2. To enlarge (something) to an unusual or remarkable degree: "a $20 million renovation that supersized the playhouse in everything from backstage space to the size of its season" (Phil Gallo).

supersize

(ˈsuːpəˌsaɪz)
adj
(Cookery) larger than standard size: supersize fries.
vb (tr) , -sizes, -sizing or -sized
(Cookery) to increase the size of (something, such as a standard portion of food)
Translations

supersize

[ˈsuːpərsaɪz] supersized [ˈsuːpərsaɪzd] adj [portion, order] → géant(e)

supersize

nRiesenformat nt, → Übergröße f
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The tea experiment features in the third episode of Heston's Fantastical Food series, in which he supersizes ordinary foods like biscuits and breakfast.
And he revealed John Lewis are taking more orders for made-to-measure school uniforms because supersizes were not available off the peg.
Every fifth day, the paid crowd supersizes itself, spurred by the knowledge that every time Randy Johnson takes the mound for Arizona, there is a chance of seeing something magical.
One out of six French women now wear supersizes," explained Daniel Hajlblum, who is organising the new addition to the annual four-day show opening on September 4.
Supersizes (casual clothing only) that will fit up to a 72-inch waist are also available and include high-quality sweat shirts and sweat pants in sizes up to 6-XB that can also be worn by women.