In Surah Nisa, verse 136, Allah says:
Before the first stop (jeem), Allah describes the Qur'an with "nazzala" (نَزَّلَ), while he describes the previous books with "anzala" (أَنزَلَ).
Both of these come from the same root verb, nazala, which means "to descend, to go down." The first is baab two, which is a more severe form, while the second looks like the form used often when you cause something to happen (eg. make something descend).
But my Arabic is rusty. What exactly is the difference of meaning of these two verbs, and what's the implication here?