- v.使显得微小，轻视，贬低( belittle的过去式和过去分词 );
A poor but honest man is not to be belittled.
I have never been praised nor belittled ; I am below no one.
Mr Putin at first ignored her murder, then posthumously belittled her work.
I have never be praised nor belittled; I am below no one.
He was upset for being belittled.
The value of traditional Sinology is seriously belittled under the various attacks at home and abroad.
With such strong industrial base, these employees are more stable income, purchasing power belittled.
有了这样雄厚的工业基础, 这些员工收入也较稳定, 购买力不可小视.
1. made to seem smaller or less (especially in worth);
"her comments made me feel small"