trivialise


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trivialise


Past participle: trivialised
Gerund: trivialising

Imperative
trivialise
trivialise
Present
I trivialise
you trivialise
he/she/it trivialises
we trivialise
you trivialise
they trivialise
Preterite
I trivialised
you trivialised
he/she/it trivialised
we trivialised
you trivialised
they trivialised
Present Continuous
I am trivialising
you are trivialising
he/she/it is trivialising
we are trivialising
you are trivialising
they are trivialising
Present Perfect
I have trivialised
you have trivialised
he/she/it has trivialised
we have trivialised
you have trivialised
they have trivialised
Past Continuous
I was trivialising
you were trivialising
he/she/it was trivialising
we were trivialising
you were trivialising
they were trivialising
Past Perfect
I had trivialised
you had trivialised
he/she/it had trivialised
we had trivialised
you had trivialised
they had trivialised
Future
I will trivialise
you will trivialise
he/she/it will trivialise
we will trivialise
you will trivialise
they will trivialise
Future Perfect
I will have trivialised
you will have trivialised
he/she/it will have trivialised
we will have trivialised
you will have trivialised
they will have trivialised
Future Continuous
I will be trivialising
you will be trivialising
he/she/it will be trivialising
we will be trivialising
you will be trivialising
they will be trivialising
Present Perfect Continuous
I have been trivialising
you have been trivialising
he/she/it has been trivialising
we have been trivialising
you have been trivialising
they have been trivialising
Future Perfect Continuous
I will have been trivialising
you will have been trivialising
he/she/it will have been trivialising
we will have been trivialising
you will have been trivialising
they will have been trivialising
Past Perfect Continuous
I had been trivialising
you had been trivialising
he/she/it had been trivialising
we had been trivialising
you had been trivialising
they had been trivialising
Conditional
I would trivialise
you would trivialise
he/she/it would trivialise
we would trivialise
you would trivialise
they would trivialise
Past Conditional
I would have trivialised
you would have trivialised
he/she/it would have trivialised
we would have trivialised
you would have trivialised
they would have trivialised
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Verb1.trivialise - make trivial or insignificanttrivialise - make trivial or insignificant; "Don't trivialize the seriousness of the issue!"
downplay, minimise, understate, minimize - represent as less significant or important
References in periodicals archive ?
com Islamabad The Foreign Office (FO) on Thursday warned against a"malicious campaign"being used to trivialise Pakistan's achievements in the war against terrorism, days after United States (US) President Donald Trump announced a new National Security Strategy (NSS) which is tough on Pakistan.
Kapoor says the film is very important for the entire nation and so, he does not want to trivialise it by talking about himself.
Gambaccini, 65, described being falsely accused as 12 months of trauma and said he would not be giving interviews because it would trivialise his ordeal.
I will never trivialise the 12 months of trauma to which I have been unjustly subjected" - DJ Paul Gambaccini after being told he will not after all face historic sex allegations.
Writing on Twitter, he said: "I'm sure the attempt wasn't to trivialise important issue of women's security so I hope dad apologises for the misplaced attempt at humour.
The parole board noted his positive efforts while in jail but said releasing him would trivialise the killing.
In no way do we trivialise what is clearly a very important decision - in fact our deal description begins with 'Altering the physique needs a lot of careful consideration,'' and the facts that were clearly presented.
But of course it doesn't make any sense to trivialise the achievements of a massively creative and successful company like 3M to Post-Its.
The behaviour of the defendants in court as reported is deeply insensitive and upsetting to everyone that was close to Robyn and appears designed to trivialise the seriousness of the events.
It drowned out what was being said and seemed to trivialise everything.
It's not meant to downgrade or trivialise the crucifixion in any way, although already a few people have complained about it.
But Hamilton refused to trivialise what happened and revealed it was the support of his fans that enabled him to overcome his anguish.