English translation of 'agravar'
to aggravate, make worse
agravar-se reflexive verb
(piorar) to get worse
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'agravar' in Other Languages
British English: aggravate VERB
If someone or something aggravates a situation, they make it worse.
Lack of sleep can aggravate the situation.
British English: compound VERB
To compound a problem, difficulty, or mistake means to make it worse by adding to it.
Additional loss of life will only compound the tragedy.
Translation of agravar from the Collins Portuguese to English Dictionary
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