Examples of trivialize in a Sentence
The news story trivialized the problem.
He is trivializing the situation.
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Like many other mental health conditions, CBD is often stigmatized and trivialized.
The history we’re taught is often filtered through mythology that maximizes America’s exceptionality and trivializes its bloody past, even to the point of erasure.
Critics said the commercial trivialized the issue of black residents' interaction with police.
As Twitter users pointed out, trying to make someone's dire situation into a fashion statement (or as a marketing ploy) trivializes it.
The Spanish giants — ranked by Forbes as two of the top five most valuable franchises in any sport — wanted their game to be celebrated, not trivialized.
If the film is hilarious — and this Czech feature frequently is, in that awkward, supposedly unintentional way — does that trivialize the threat these potential voters, underground protesters or rabble-rousers could pose for a democratic society?
For nearly three years, the role of women in ISIS has been marginalized or trivialized by the press and public.
Play can often be trivialized as something without substance.
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