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supersizedadjective [before noun]

( US supersize) uk   us   /ˈsuːpəsaɪzd/
larger than the ​normalsize: supersized ​malls/​products
COMMERCE used in ​stores to describe ​people who are larger or fatter than ​average: The ​storeprovidesfashion for the ​plussize and supersize woman.
COMMERCE used to describe the largest ​size or ​quantity of ​food or drink that is ​available in a fast ​foodrestaurant: The fast-food ​giantpledged to ​stopserving supersized ​portions of fries and ​soft drinks.
(Definition of supersized from the Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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