verbup·sized, up·siz·ing, up·siz·es
To become greater or larger: “the chief executives &ellipsis; 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 &ellipsis; upsize the amount of money Americans get to keep” (Bob Dole).
(third-person singular simple present upsizes, present participle upsizing, simple past and past participle upsized)
- size up