Spanish translation of 'aggravate'
- (= make worse)
- (informal, = annoy)
sacar de quicio
Example Sentences Including 'aggravate'
He reached for his throat but Sabrina pushed his hand down -- he would only aggravate the injury by rubbing it.Alastair McLean's 'Night Watch'
'Sally, Sally, don't ever wander,' they'd sing, hoping to aggravate Mother into grabbing a knife again.MR STARLIGHT (2004)
Not wanting to aggravate her in any way, he skirted around her, making his presence barely felt.GYPSY MASALA (2004)
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Translation of aggravate from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary