How to use "belittle" in sentences with meaning in English and Hindi

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Example sentences for "belittle" in popular movie and book plots

  • Employees from Zhong belittle them in Russian, unaware of the fact that Jingjing understands.  - The Familiar, Volume 1: One Rainy Day in May
  • The more seasoned jumpers, specifically those on the Norwegian team, belittle him.  - Eddie the Eagle (film)
  • Steve also helps him with his accounting in return and they belittle the teaching staff.  - A Ward Show
  • He tries maximum to belittle her.  - Adwaytham
  • His wife tries to belittle the news, and seems more interested in settling their daughters, who take dance lessons.  - Her Boss
  • Despite Ted's altruism, Hammond continues to belittle his ideas in the office.  - Columns (How I Met Your Mother)
  • Rats arrive and, when they belittle the simple tale, the mice leave and do not return.  - The Fir-Tree
  • Walking back, they pass by Rodney, who is quick to belittle Izzy and begin to get violent.  - Jump In!
  • He never leaves an opportunity to belittle her and gradually Harika gets fed up and goes to Chairman Prasad to submit her resignation.  - Manmadhudu
  • Trunchbull goes to Miss Honey's class for a weekly "checkup" to belittle the students.  - Matilda (1996 film)
  • He continues to belittle himself and says the he doesn't want to wait 25 years to be appreciated as a writer, he wants success now.  - Interiors
  • Tina reveals her story to her therapy group, who angrily criticize or belittle her.  - Diary of a Mad Housewife
  • When Crooks refuses to respond, Mae callously calls the four "bindlestiffs" in an attempt to belittle them.  - Of Mice and Men (1939 film)

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