aggravation
[ˌaɡrəˈveɪʃn]
NOUN
aggravations (plural noun)
  1. the state of becoming worse or more serious; exacerbation.
    "the patient experienced an aggravation of symptoms"
    antonyms:
  2. informal
    annoyance or exasperation.
    "the whole business has caused me a lot of aggravation" ·
    "I don't need this aggravation"
    • aggressive behaviour; harassment.
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the whole business has caused me a lot of aggravation.
the patient experienced an aggravation of symptoms.
I don't need this aggravation.
How to say aggravation in other languages?
Laguages Translations
Afrikaans (NOUN)struikelblok
Arabic (NOUN)تفاقم, التفاقم
Bangla অধোগমন
Bosnian (Latin) pogoršanje
Bulgarian (NOUN)усложняване, влошаване, утежняване
Cantonese (Traditional) 惡化
Catalan (NOUN)agreujament
Chinese Simplified 恶化
Chinese Traditional 惡化
Croatian (NOUN)pogoršanje
Czech (NOUN)zhoršení
Danish (NOUN)forværring, forvaerring
Dutch (NOUN)verergering, ergernis, verslechtering
Estonian süvenemist
Filipino paglala
Finnish (NOUN)paheneminen
French (NOUN)intensification, contrariétés
German (NOUN)Verschlimmerung, Erschwerung, Ärger
Greek (NOUN)επιδείνωση
Haitian Creole nmèdman
Hebrew עוגמת נפש
Hindi (NOUN)उत्तेजना, गंभीरता
Hungarian (NOUN)súlyosbodása
Icelandic versnun
Indonesian (NOUN)kejengkelan
Italian (NOUN)aggravamento, esasperazione, peggioramento
Japanese (NOUN)悪化, 増悪
Korean (NOUN)악화, 짜증
Latvian saasināšanās
Lithuanian (NOUN)pablogėjimą, pasunkėjimo
Malay (Latin) gangguan
Maltese (NOUN)aggravament
Norwegian Bokmål forverring
Persian (NOUN)تشدید
Polish (NOUN)nasilenie, pogorszenie, pogłębienie
Portuguese (NOUN)agravamento, aborrecimentos, chatices, irritação, afronta
Querétaro Otomi empeoramiento
Romanian (NOUN)agravarea
Russian (NOUN)обострение, усугубление, ухудшения
Serbian (Cyrillic) секирација
Serbian (Latin) sekiracija
Slovak (NOUN)zhoršenie
Slovenian (NOUN)poslabšanje
Spanish (NOUN)agravación, provocación, empeoramiento, fastidio
Swedish (NOUN)aggravationen, försämringen, förvärrande, försvårande
Tamil மோசமாவதை
Telugu స్కిజోఫ్రెనియా
Thai ทำให้รุนแรงขึ้น
Turkish kızdırma beni
Ukrainian (NOUN)загострення
Urdu برافروختگی
Vietnamese tình tiết tăng nặng
Welsh trafferth
Yucatec Maya empeoramiento
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