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Definitions for escalating
es·ca·lat·ing

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of escalating in Chaldean Numerology is: 2

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of escalating in Pythagorean Numerology is: 1

Examples of escalating in a Sentence

  1. Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere:

    It was the right decision to help many refugees in an exceptional humanitarian situation and to prevent the dire situation from escalating further but we need to quickly return to orderly procedures now.

  2. Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake:

    It's a very delicate balancing act, when we have to make sure that we're managing but not increasing and escalating the problem.

  3. Zhang Ming:

    China has tried extensively to stop the trade conflict with the United States escalating into a trade war but it takes two hands to clap.

  4. Jesse Alexander:

    Every fire is different, but it seems to keep escalating. Every year we keep topping the year before.

  5. Morgan Sword:

    It’s a direct response to the escalating strikeout rate, where you’re giving the hitter approximately one one-hundreth of a second of additional time to decide whether to swing at a pitch, which has the effect just in terms of reaction time of reducing the effective velocity of a pitch by roughly 1.5 mph, the purpose of the test and hope is giving hitters even that tiny additional piece of time will allow them to make more contact and reduce the strikeout rate.

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  • ಉಲ್ಬಣಿಸಿKannada
  • పెంపొందించడంTelugu

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