v. up·sized, up·siz·ing, up·siz·es
To become greater or larger: "the chief executives ... saw the combined value of their share options upsize by $36.6 million on the day [the] layoffs were announced" (The Economist).
To make greater or larger: "My plan will ... upsize the amount of money Americans get to keep" (Bob Dole).
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1. (Industrial Relations & HR Terms) to increase the operating costs of (a company) by increasing the number of people it employs
2. (Marketing) to increase the size of or produce a larger version of (something)
[C20: modelled on downsize]
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v.i., v.t. -sized, -sizing.
to increase in size, as by hiring additional employees; expand: to upsize a business.
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