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Translation of "agitate" - English-Spanish dictionary

agitate

verb /ˈӕdʒiteit/
to make (someone) excited and anxious agitar The news agitated her. to try to arouse public feeling and action hacer una campaña a favor de/en contra de She belongs to a pressure group which is agitating for prison reform. to shake agitar She agitated the liquid in the test tube. agitated adjective agitado She felt agitated after hearing some worrying news about her son. agitation noun agitación The decision to expand the airport is causing a great deal of agitation among local residents. agitator noun a person who tries constantly to stir up public feeling agitador a political agitator.
(Definition of agitate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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