Definition of trivialization in English:

trivialization

(British trivialisation)

noun

  • See trivialize

    • ‘The trivialization of sexual assault, though, is not a laughing matter.’
    • ‘Eventually, the trivialization of the name will continue until the word has only a vague meaning, perhaps implying a ‘bad’ person.’
    • ‘And he warned that American journalists are threatened by ‘the trivialization of our industry.’’
    • ‘But the rolling chat format can lead to trivialisation and less depth, and there are a lot of intelligent listeners out there who want to think about issues.’
    • ‘Both the book and the album punch home how easily we shrug off tragedy when it doesn't happen in our backyard, or worse yet, how we make it a form of entertainment, a fit subject for humour or trivialisation.’

Pronunciation

trivialization

/trɪvɪəlʌɪˈzeɪʃ(ə)n/