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debase and make vulgar

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act in a vulgar manner

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Although the verb has lost some of its original potency, its use here is very much in keeping with satire's tendency to vulgarise (in both the original and modern sense) sexual vocabulary.
Cet article a trouve des prolongements plus vulgarises en direction d'un public plus large et surtout des accents plus intimes dans le partage que requiert l'acte solitaire en tete a tete avec lecteur.
A: Because it cheapens and vulgarises countries, reducing their complexity and richness to the level of a childish, superficial stereotype.
Would he have preferred to still be in that position to avoid being the subject of gossip that vulgarises politics?
De l'avis d'autres auteurs, une telle impossibilite revele que certains medicaments dont les risques ne peuvent etre vulgarises ne devraient tout simplement pas pouvoir faire l'objet de publicite aux Etats-Unis, ou la PDMO est presentement permise (195).
La persistance de memes mots pour des contenus differents non stabilises, comme leur maintien ulterieur dans differents registres vulgarises, politiques, administratifs, polemiques, judiciaires, etc.
Vulgarises, ces documents raviveront, dans le coeur du peuple, le Souvenir du passe, ils mettront a l'honneur le devoir de la Fidelite >> (Monnier 11 mai 1946).
In this production of Dylan Thomas's Under Milk Wood for the newly-formed Wales Theatre Company -who are quite excellent and deserve much praise -Bogdanov still manages to introduce both fellatio and masturbation which may raise a cheap laugh but vulgarises Thomas in the process.
Television vulgarises and seduces: the advertising on British TV is probably the best in the world, and that's a bad thing.
there's plenty of proof in the general nomenclature that rugby is not too coy about the way it vulgarises itself, but at least the old names remain.
This delicate pearl is now dangling at the end of a Cartier necklace overloaded with diamonds and rubies which vulgarises completely the simplicity of the original jewel.