- v make trivial or insignificant
- Malcolm Turnbull in The Australian
The senior executives of Chinalco are appointed by the central organising committee of the Communist Party of China,Mr Turnbull said. "And for Mr Swan to politicise them and trivialise them shows us he is not taking his responsibilities of...
- Mark Shuttleworth in ZDNet UK
This desktop bling stuff, while easy to trivialise, is an area where people can come up with fundamentally exciting new ideas,Shuttleworth said. "If we can turn that on for free software users, we can unleash that creative flood."
- Jan Sardi in The West Australian
For Li the most important thing was that whoever did it, did it with integrity and without trying to trivialise things. Literally we gazumped (another bidder) about a day before,Sardi said. "It was a good phone call I made."