Exacerbate

• (v. t.) To render more violent or bitter; to irriate; to exasperate; to imbitter, as passions or disease.
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exacerbate

exasperate verb exasperate or irritate
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Exacerbate

Ex·ac'er·bate transitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Exacerrated ; present participle & verbal noun Exacerrating .] [ Latin exacerbatus , past participle of exacerbare ; ex out (intens.) + acerbare ....
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exacerbate

exacerbate, exacerbating 1. To increase the severity of, to aggravate, to exasperate, to irritate. 2. To increase the smartness or bitterness of; to embitter; to aggravate (disease, pain, annoyance, etc.).
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Exacerbate

Exacerbate: To make worse. For example, smoking may exacerbate systemic lupus erythematosus.
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exacerbate

make worse
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exacerbate

make worse
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exacerbate

make worse
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exacerbate

make worse
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exacerbate

make worse
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exacerbate

to worsen or make more severe.
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exacerbate

[v] - exasperate or irritate
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