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"Conditions in the slum worsened"
worsen, aggravate, exacerbate, exasperateverb
"This drug aggravates the pain"
To make worse.
To become worse; to get worse.
to make worse; to deteriorate; to impair
to get the better of; to worst
to grow or become worse
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The numerical value of worsen in Chaldean Numerology is: 1
The numerical value of worsen in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Examples of worsen in a Sentence
We don't build housing for people at all income levels, and as a consequence we worsen the homeless crisis, it's a vicious cycle and we own it.
Export data from Singapore as well as the region confirm persistent cyclical and structural pressures on Asian trade, should the dismal export print persist or worsen, it will raise the odds of downside risks to Singapore's growth and put an October MAS easing into view, though that's not our base case at this juncture.
The United States is of course troubled that these proposed actions... will worsen the reporting environment in China, beijing's actions prove time and again that the [ ruling Chinese Communist Party ] is afraid of independent and investigative media reporting that has only broadened and deepened the world's understanding of China for the better.
If the epidemic continues to spread and escalate, the impact on international food trade and production will definitely worsen, and might trigger a new round of food crisis.
Foreign Ministry spokesman Lu Kang:
First, as I've said many times before, China always opposes any country imposing unilateral sanctions, second, under the present situation where the situation on the Korean Peninsula is complex and sensitive, we oppose any moves that may further worsen tensions there.
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- empitjorarCatalan, Valencian
- sich verschlechtern, verschlechternGerman
- empeorarse, empeorarSpanish
- huonontua, pahentaa, pahentua, huonontaaFinnish
- mùth, rach bhuaitheScottish Gaelic
- aggravor, aggravo, gravor, gravo, peius fioLatin
- empiorar, piorarPortuguese
- ухудша́ть, ухудша́ться, уху́дшить, уху́дшитьсяRussian
- förvärra, förvärrasSwedish
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