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Translation of "aggravate" - English-Spanish dictionary

aggravate

verb   /ˈæɡ·rə·veɪt/
to make a situation or condition worse agravar His comments only aggravated the problem.
to annoy someone exasperar She’s starting to really aggravate me.
(Definition of aggravate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

aggravate

verb /ˈӕɡrəveit/
to make worse agravar His bad temper aggravated the situation.
to make (someone) angry or impatient irritar She was aggravated by the constant questions.
aggravating adjective
Agravada an aggravating experience.
aggravation noun
agravamiento; exasperación The flight delays have been causing passengers a lot of aggravation.
(Definition of aggravate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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