banalize [ buh-nal-ahyz, -nah-lahyz, beyn-l-ahyz ]
verb (used with object), ba·nal·ized, ba·nal·iz·ing.
1. to render or make banal; trivialize: Television has often been accused of banalizing even the most serious subjects.
Also especially British, ba·nal·ise.
Origin: First recorded in 1960–65; banal + -ize
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