Meaning of downscale
Pronunciation: (doun'skāl"), [key]
— adj., v., -scaled, -scal•ing.
- located at, moving toward, or of or for the middle or lower end of a social or economic scale: The discount store caters mainly to downscale customers.
- plain, practical, or inexpensive; not luxurious: downscale clothing.
- downsize (def. 1).
- to make less luxurious or expensive.
- downscale (Thesaurus)