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    exacerbate - Dictionary definition and meaning for word exacerbate

    (verb) make worse
    Synonyms : aggravate , exasperate , worsen
    Example Sentence
    • This drug aggravates the pain
    (verb) exasperate or irritate
    Synonyms : aggravate , exasperate
   Mnemonics (Memory Aids) for exacerbate

Latin ex+acerb+ate; Latin acerb- means bitter, harsh; So exacerbate means to make bittter, to worsen.

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if in an Exam u keep your hand on your head[ie SAR(in hindi)/CER]...you wil WORSEN your paper...

"Ex Her b Ate".. her ex came and ate with her family. which worsen the relation even more.

Mr.Ex(x) hit his old acer car with a bat now he worsened the condition of his car

exacerbate:ex wife sara did not cooperate,she made it worse.

Exacerbate: Ex(Ex means old,like ExGirlFriend)+Acer(Acer Laptop)+Bate(Bat):Just Imagine ur Ex(old)Acer Laptop is not working,so u got angry and bet with a Bat(BATE),then it became more worsen,completely worsen.....ExAcerBate

Extra Masturbate= worsen the condition of body. One feel lot of weakness after that.

Exacerbate=Ex(Extra)+ Acerbate(make worse),,so worsen

Exacerbate also means irritate means exasperate....hence Exacerbate= Exasperate...

ex:excess acer:similar like acid; so excess acid means worst

ex=>extra + cerb=>service given to make something worse.

sounds extra + bate(beat) >>> as he bated him too much, it worsened his condition and he is in ICU now..

He made everything worse by chopping her head off: AXED HER PATE

EX - AKAR (acer)- BAITHA (bate)- so wen u r in park baju me ex akar baitha so it made things worse

when he (ate) an (ex)pired medicine, it worsened the fever.

Exam sir pe baithi hain aur beta khana nahi khara raha hain.. kyunki bemar hain..

ex+acerb+ate; imagine 'ex' from expand and acerb- means bitter, harsh; So exacerbate means to expand the bitterness so as to worsen.

exacerbate = ex + acer = too + sharp(Greek) -> not good

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