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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!
(Definition of exaggerate from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

exaggerate

verb /iɡˈzӕdʒəreit/
to make (something) appear to be, or describe it as, greater etc than it really is exagerar You seem to be exaggerating his faults That dress exaggerates her thinness.
to go beyond the truth in describing something etc exagerar You can’t trust her. She always exaggerates.
exaggeration noun
the act of exaggerating exageración exaggeration of the truth.
an exaggerated description, term etc exageración To say she is beautiful is an exaggeration, but she does have nice eyes.
(Definition of exaggerate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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