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aggravation

noun uk   /ˌæɡ.rəˈveɪ.ʃən/ us  

aggravation noun (TROUBLE)

[C or U] ( UK also informal aggro [U]) trouble or difficulty: I've been getting a lot of aggravation at work recently. I don't need any more aggravation today. I'd complain to the manager but it's not worth the aggravation.

aggravation noun (MAKE WORSE)

[U] formal the act of making something such as a problem or injury worse: Rest the affected limb to avoid further aggravation of the condition.
Traducciones de “aggravation”
en coreano 악화…
en árabe تَفاقُم…
en portugués agravamento…
en catalán problemes…
en japonés 問題, 悪化…
en italiano seccatura…
en chino (tradicionál) 麻煩, 煩惱, 惱人的事…
en chino (simplificado) 麻烦, 烦恼, 恼人的事…
(Definition of aggravation from the Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)
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