exaggerated, overdone, overstatedadjective
represented as greater than is true or reasonable
"an exaggerated opinion of oneself"
exaggerated, magnified, enlargedadjective
enlarged to an abnormal degree
"thick lenses exaggerated the size of her eyes"
That has been described as greater than it actually is; abnormally increased or enlarged.
enlarged beyond bounds or the truth
The numerical value of exaggerated in Chaldean Numerology is: 2
The numerical value of exaggerated in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
I think the rumors of my demise are somewhat exaggerated, to say the least.
With teenage boys, the search for respect and recognition often results in exaggerated displays of dominating masculinity : the football hero, the first guy in the peer group who smokes, the playground bully, etc..
To some extent, what's going on with the yield curve has been exaggerated, i would not leap to the conclusion that an recession is imminent.
The utter dismay amongst businesses watching events in Westminster can not be exaggerated, our firms are worried, investors around the world are baffled and disappointed, and markets are showing serious strain as this political saga goes on and on.
So I share your concerns about some of these decisions. I want to rectify those going forward, i also want to highlight for you that some of the criticism is unfounded and I think is exaggerated and I think it feeds this division that we've seen around very important issues affecting the environment.
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- مبالغ فيهArabic
- přehnaný, zveličenýCzech
- esaxerado, exaxeradoGalician
- túlzó, túlzottHungarian
- overtrokken, overdrevenDutch
- преувели́ченный, чрезме́рныйRussian
- şişirme, aşırı, abartı, abartılı, mübalağalıTurkish
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