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supersized

adjective [before noun] ( US supersize)
 
 
/ˈsuːpəsaɪzd/
larger than the normal size: supersized malls/products
COMMERCE used in stores to describe people who are larger or fatter than average: The store provides fashion for the plus size and supersize woman.
COMMERCE used to describe the largest size or quantity of food or drink that is available in a fast food restaurant: The fast-food giant pledged to stop serving supersized portions of fries and soft drinks.
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