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Definition of "trivialising" [trivialising]

  • Present participle of trivialise. (verb)

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Use "trivialising" in a sentence
  • "A feminist lobby group has slammed Tony Abbott's "trivialising" of the anti-rape slogan "no means no" and accused the opposition leader of launching a targeted attack on Julia"
  • "Asked whether it was "trivialising" politics for the parties to have deployed the leaders 'wives in the drive to woo women's votes, Miss Harman said that she had travelled around the country meeting female voters in the last few weeks."
  • "Gordon Brown has dismissed criticism that he was "trivialising" politics by using his family to garner votes."