Definition of 'exacerbate'
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The idea of our intelligence operation here is to make those situations safer, not to exacerbate them with thoughtlessness. THE COMPANY OF STRANGERS (2002)At the time he had opposed such a move as likely to exacerbate matters. DARE CALL IT TREASON (2002)
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Translations for 'exacerbate'
British English: exacerbate VERB
If something exacerbates a problem or bad situation, it makes it worse.
Lack of sleep in young adults might exacerbate skin problems.
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