Spanish translation of aggravated
agresión f con agravante(s)aggravated burglary
robo m con fuerzaaggravated robbery
robo m calificado or con agravante(s)aggravated murder
asesinato m calificado
- (informal, = annoyed)
Example Sentences Including 'aggravated'
The most likely explanation of the tragedy is that Father had a weakness in the liver which drinking -- any drinking -- aggravated.Ultimate Prizes
However, the trip aggravated her condition: she died in Paris a few days before Christmas that same year.Stage Fright
The next call, fifteen minutes later, aggravated the situation.Final Resort
Trends of 'aggravated'
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- (= 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)
Translation of aggravated from the Collins English to Spanish Dictionary
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