Definition of dumbed-down in English:

dumbed-down

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adjective

informal
Simplified so as to be intellectually undemanding and accessible to a wide audience: the dumbed-down nature of modern politics
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  • This is a serious comic novel, a withering satire on dumbed-down culture, a gently ironic look at devotions and ambitions, and a redemptive parable about coping with grief.
  • The movie celebrates the pleasures of conversation, a quality that's been denigrated over the last few dumbed-down decades of American film.
  • It's a tepid, dumbed-down attempt at making Othello palatable for young audiences.

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