Definitions for exacerbating
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word exacerbating
aggravating, exacerbating, exasperating(adj)
The numerical value of exacerbating in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of exacerbating in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1
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Commodity prices are still weak, and that is exacerbating the tax-loss selling. Things are going to pretty much close down by the end of this week.
There is this subset that is unhappy culturally, economically, internationally, christine Matthews is sort of exacerbating this alienation and anger and bringing it out.
This is exacerbating the situation seen in the past half year when what is needed is calm and tranquility. The chief executive should find a candidate acceptable to all parties.
Iraq can't win the fight against ISIS's atrocities with attacks on civilians that violate the laws of war and fly in the face of human decency, militia abuses are wreaking havoc among some of Iraq's most vulnerable people and exacerbating sectarian hostilities.
The rains are exacerbating an already-precarious hygiene situation, while immediate measures are now being put in place to address the cholera outbreak, it is crucial also that proper investment is made on a longer term basis to improve living conditions for refugees and prevent future epidemics.
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