Aggravate

Pronunciation of Aggravate  

   

English Meaning

To make heavy or heavier; to add to; to increase.

  1. To make worse or more troublesome.
  2. To rouse to exasperation or anger; provoke. See Synonyms at annoy.

Malayalam Meaning

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× ഗൗരവതരമാക്കുക - Gauravatharamaakkuka | Gouravatharamakkuka
× കൂടുതല്‍ വഷളാക്കുക - Kooduthal‍ Vashalaakkuka | Kooduthal‍ Vashalakkuka
× as my brother and sister do mine. —ക്ലാരിസ റിച്ചാഡ്‌സൺ. - As My Brother And Sister Do Mine. —klaarisa Richaadsan. | As My Brother And Sister Do Mine. —klarisa Richadsan.
× വഷളാക്കുക - Vashalaakkuka | Vashalakkuka
× ഉഗ്രമാക്കുക - Ugramaakkuka | Ugramakkuka
× ശല്യപ്പെടുത്തുക - Shalyappeduththuka | Shalyappeduthuka
× അതിശയോക്തി കലർത്തി വർണ്ണിക്കുക - Athishayokthi Kalarththi Varnnikkuka | Athishayokthi Kalarthi Varnnikkuka
× കടുപ്പം വര്‍ദ്ധിപ്പിക്കുക - Kaduppam Var‍ddhippikkuka | Kaduppam Var‍dhippikkuka
× If both were to aggravate her parents - If Both Were To Aggravate Her Parents
× (proscribed) അലോസരപ്പെടുത്തുക - (proscribed) Alosarappeduththuka | (proscribed) Alosarappeduthuka
× കൂടുതൽ മോശമാക്കുക To aggravate my woes. —പോപ്പ്. To aggravate the horrors of the scene. —പ്രെസ്കോട്ട്. The defense made by the prisoner's counsel did rather aggravate than extenuate his crime. —ആഡിസൺ. - Kooduthal Moshamaakkuka To Aggravate My Woes. —poppu. To Aggravate The Horrors Of The Scene. —preskottu. The Defense Made By The Prisoner's Counsel Did Rather Aggravate Than Extenuate His Crime. —aadisan. | Kooduthal Moshamakkuka To Aggravate My Woes. —poppu. To Aggravate The Horrors Of The Scene. —preskottu. The Defense Made By The Prisoner's Counsel Did Rather Aggravate Than Extenuate His Crime. —adisan.

   

The Usage is actually taken from the Verse(s) of English+Malayalam Holy Bible.

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