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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of dumb.

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Examples

  • He gave us a beautiful description in Spanish, dumbed down for me, I believe of how they are made and what they mean.

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  • He gave us a beautiful description in Spanish, dumbed down for me, I believe of how they are made and what they mean.

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  • He gave us a beautiful description in Spanish, dumbed down for me, I believe of how they are made and what they mean.

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  • But we shouldn’t use what I call the dumbed-down new evening news model to decide what’s up (one side talks, the other side talks, you conclude with “there’s two sides, I guess we’ll never know”).

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  • And if so, you should know that WoW does an excellent job of providing their playerbase with what I like to call dumbed-down game mechanics.

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  • And a sudden sense of the utter seriousness of this dilemma dumbed him.

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  • And a sudden sense of the utter seriousness of this dilemma dumbed him.

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  • It is important to remember here that the style of television weather presentation on the BBC - sometimes called dumbed-down, patronising and childishly simplistic by critics - is controlled by BBC producers and managers, and not by the Met Office.

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  • Wahh, wahh hams complain and point fingers at so-called dumbed down testing and no code hams and all the sing song nonsense they always do.

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  • The kind of person that would need the subtitles dumbed down is the kind of person that would never watch a subtitled film.

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