Downsize

[automobile] Downsizing in the automobile industry is the practice of redesigning a vehicle to retain the interior volume, and often the nameplate and styling of a larger car to a smaller, more efficient platform. It was common in the 1970s following the 1973 oil crisis. General Motors was among the first to announce a downsize strategy for...
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Downsize

To reduce the file size of an image, by lowering the resolution and/or reducing the square measurement of the file.
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Downsize

To reduce the file size of an image, by lowering the resolution and/or reducing the square measurement of the file
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downsize

A reduction in workforce by a substantial percentage while attempting to maintain or increase output and productivity....
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downsize

Downsizing is different from the layoffs of the past. Layoffs came in response to shortfalls in product demand... In contrast, downsizing involves job reductions driven by a desire to operate more efficiently even when demand is strong....
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downsize

reduction of employees
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Downsize

to scale down tackle or lures for a more finesse approach
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