designating, of, or for people who are relatively unstylish, not affluent, etc.
, -·scaled·, -·scal·ing
to reduce (something) in size, amount, extent, cost, etc.; downsize
Of, for, or relating to low-income consumers: mass-produced downscale versions of high-priced fashions.
tr. & intr.v.down·scaled, down·scal·ing, down·scales
To reduce in scale; scale down.
(comparative more downscale, superlative most downscale)
- Pertaining to something downmarket, of a lower quality.
(third-person singular simple present downscales, present participle downscaling, simple past and past participle downscaled)
- To reduce in size, to downsize.
down- + scale