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triv·i·al·ize

 (trĭv′ē-ə-līz′)
tr.v. triv·i·al·ized, triv·i·al·iz·ing, triv·i·al·iz·es
To make or cause to appear trivial: tried to trivialize their criticisms.

triv′i·al·i·za′tion (-ə-lĭ-zā′shən) n.
Translations

trivialization

[ˌtrɪvɪəlaɪˈzeɪʃən] Ntrivialización f, banalización f

trivialization

nTrivialisierung f
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Rajan Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, argued that such trivialization of faith hurt the devotees and should not be taken lightly.
It's just adding to the trivialization of TV news,'' said Leo Braudy, a professor of English at the University of Southern California.
In the case of other works based on toylike miniaturization, such as Tom Sachs's Prada Deathcamp, 1998, or his Giftgas Giftset, 1998, featuring logos by such international style setters as Chanel, Hermes, and Tiffany, the distancing effected by trivialization manages to create shock without the threat of trauma.
Fourth, there was a preoccupation with the Eucharist as a meal and a trivialization of the Real Presence.
Pointing out that "the definitions and concepts of Title I have been expanded in almost every way imaginable, with the resultant trivialization of 'disability,'" Redenbaugh expressed his fear that "laws and regulations that are designed to enhance opportunity and expand rights often can end up serving as constraints and limitations to both.
By the end of the sixteenth century, the need was felt to put an end to the trivialization of such a designation and the true role of the "humanist" became the subject of two extensive treatises: Juan Lorenzo Palmireno, Vocabulario del humanista (Valencia, 1569) and Baltasar de Cespedes, Discurso de las letras humanas llamado el humanista, written in 1600, which circulated in manuscript form.
Although more New Age followers would say they are sincere in their search for spirituality and in their use of Native American traditions--which they emphasize have helped many people--many Native Americans are appalled by what they believe to be a trivialization and desecration of their sacred ways.
But some of that explanation is obvious-in office-holders from the president on down who say one thing in campaigns and do another once in office; in the failure of all too many office holders to meet minimal ethical standards; in campaigns run on the basis of demagogic, generic 30-second messages; in political parties that by conscious choice offer the public nothing of import to decide; in a mass media that treats the political enterprise with trivialization, disdain, and cynicism; in government that can respond to crisis very well (e.
Also, the project of conservation and enhancement of community forest Koussountou, she aims to strengthen the ongoing initiatives for the creation of community forest Koussountou to accelerate the reduction of the trivialization of geographical areas and the erosion of local forest heritage.
Rajan Zed further said that such trivialization of Lord Ganesha was disturbing and offensive to the one billion Hindus world over and requested Threadless to immediately remove it from its website.
The whole package is a trivialization that relies on outdated stereotypes.
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