Aggravate ( verb , noun )

(As a verb)

Aggravate ( verb )

  1. To make something worse or more severe.
  2. To annoy or irritate someone.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french aggraver, from latin aggravare, from ad- "to" + gravare "make heavy".

Examples:

  1. The traffic aggravated his already bad mood.
  2. His injuries were aggravated by the fall.
  3. She aggravated the situation by talking about it.
  4. He aggravated the pain by moving his arm.
  5. The noise from the construction site aggravates me.

(As a noun)

Aggravate ( noun )

  1. To make something worse or more severe.
  2. To annoy or irritate someone.

Origin:

Late middle english: from old french aggraver, from latin aggravare, from ad- "to" + gravare "make heavy".

Examples:

  1. The traffic aggravated his already bad mood.
  2. His injuries were aggravated by the fall.
  3. She aggravated the situation by talking about it.
  4. He aggravated the pain by moving his arm.
  5. The noise from the construction site aggravates me.
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