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exaggerate

verb
 
/ɪɡˈzædʒ·ər·eɪt/ ( present participle exaggerating, past tense and past participle exaggerated)
to make something seem larger, better, or worse than it really is
exagerar
Don’t exaggerate – it didn’t cost that much!
Translations of “exaggerate”
in Korean 과장하다…
in Arabic يُبالِغ…
in French exagérer…
in Italian esagerare…
in Chinese (Traditional) 誇張, 誇大, 對…言過其實…
in Russian преувеличивать…
in Turkish abartmak, mübalağa etmek…
in Polish przesadzać, wyolbrzymiać…
in Spanish exagerar…
in Portuguese exagerar…
in German übertreiben, hervorheben…
in Japanese 誇張する…
in Chinese (Simplified) 夸张, 夸大, 对…言过其实…
(Definition of exaggerate from the Cambridge English-Catalan Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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