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Definition of Exacerbate

Exacerbate

  1. To render more violent or bitter; to irriate; to exasperate; to imbitter, as passions or disease.

Exacerbate Quotations

Scarily, football helmets, which do a fine job of protecting against scalp laceration and skull fracture, do little to prevent concussions and may even exacerbate them, since even as the brain is rattling around inside the skull, the head is rattling around inside the helmet.
Jeffrey Kluger

If you want to maintain a sustainable supply of fish you have to farm the fish, rather than mine them. So putting your money into fishing fleets that are going to exacerbate the problem by over-fishing is not the way to preserve the underlying asset.
Maurice Strong

The final purpose of art is to intensify, even, if necessary, to exacerbate, the moral consciousness of people.
Norman Mailer

Anything that's done to address unemployment in terms of massive stimulus spending is going to exacerbate deficits. And anything that's done to address deficits in the short-term is going to exacerbate unemployment.
Indra Nooyi

Violent statements and threats cannot provide a solution to the problem. They can only exacerbate feeling and make a clash of forces inevitable.
Stafford Cripps
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Exacerbate Translations

exacerbate in German is erbittern
exacerbate in Latin is exulcero
exacerbate in Spanish is irritar, exacerbar
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