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What is the past tense of trivialize?

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The past tense of trivialize is trivialized.

The third-person singular simple present indicative form of trivialize is trivializes.

The present participle of trivialize is trivializing.

The past participle of trivialize is trivialized.

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Women's historical writings were often trivialized or marginalized, considered not truly history but memoirs, genealogy, or gossip.
They have voiced concerns about their contributions being trivialized, and that the financial benefits were meager.
It was shown, however, that the new conditions were either ineffective or else trivialized the activity of probabilistic explanation.
The play is a retrospect, an incomplete remembrance of a summer some 40 years past, trivia recalled, major events trivialized.
It says something about our cultural scene that Welles after his death can be both monumentalized and trivialized.
It is a sadly inverted and trivialized world in which all that is unimportant becomes important and all that is important becomes unimportant.

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