Definition of Aggravate in English :

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Aggravate

see synonyms of aggravate

Verb

1. aggravate, exacerbate, exasperate, worsen

make worse

Example Sentences:
'This drug aggravates the pain'

2. aggravate, exacerbate, exasperate

exasperate or irritate

WordNet Lexical Database for English. Princeton University. 2010.


Aggravate

see synonyms of aggravate
verb (transitive)
1. 
to make (a disease, situation, problem, etc) worse or more severe
2. informal
to annoy; exasperate, esp by deliberate and persistent goading

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Aggravate

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verb transitiveWord forms: ˈaggraˌvated or ˈaggraˌvating
1. 
to make worse; make more burdensome, troublesome, etc.
2.  Informal
to exasperate; annoy; vex

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Aggravate

see synonyms of aggravate
tr.v. ag·gra·vat·ed, ag·gra·vat·ing, ag·gra·vates
1. To make worse or more troublesome: aggravate political tensions; aggravate a medical condition.
2. To annoy or exasperate: The child's whining aggravated me. See Synonyms at annoy.

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