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Made light of

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make light of (something)
1. To joke about something and not take it seriously. I know it’s fun to make light of what happened, but the truth is that you both could have been seriously injured.
2. To treat something as insignificant or unimportant. The senator’s spokesperson tried to make light of the allegations by saying similar accusations are made all the time.

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