- To represent or talk about as contemptibly tiny or unimportant; disparage: someone who belittled our efforts to do the job appropriate.
- To cause to appear significantly less than another or small: how big work tower belittles the surrounding structures. See Synonyms at decry.
- In order to make little or less in a moral good sense; to talk about in a depreciatory or contemptuous way.
- To knowingly say that one thing is smaller or less important than it really is.
- lessen the authority, dignity, or reputation of
- cause to appear less serious; play-down
- present a negative viewpoint of
- To make tiny or smaller; minimize equal in porportion or degree.
- To cause to show up little; depreciate; reduced personality or value; talk softly or disparagingly of.
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