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- verb idiomatic, transitive To
conveysome subject matter in simpleterms, avoiding technicalor academiclanguage, especially in a way that is considered condescending.
- verb idiomatic, intransitive To
become simplerin expressionor content; to become unacceptably simplistic.
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