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rescale

(riːˈskeɪl)
vb (tr)
(Mathematics) to alter the scale of; resize
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Verb1.rescale - establish on a new scale
resize - change the size of; make the size more appropriate
scale down - reduce proportionally; "The model is scaled down"
scale up - increase proportionally; "scale up the model"
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Liverpool prizewinner Paul Morrison shows exceptional draughtsmanship for his black and white picture, Sepal (meaning the parts of a plant) which rescales nature with a giant flower and tiny trees.