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exasperate

Saltos de línea: ex|as¦per|ate
Pronunciación: /ɪɡˈzasp(ə)reɪt
 
, ɛɡ-/

Definición de exasperate en inglés:

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[with object]
Irritate intensely; infuriate: this futile process exasperates prison officers
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • In contrast to his vigour and emotional buoyancy later in seeing off the so-called fuel blockade, this dark episode was equally to infuriate, exhaust and exasperate the First Minister.
  • Some supporters have grown exasperated by his inconsistent crossing.
  • It's always more complicated than that, as annoying people are known to say with exasperating regularity.
Sinónimos

Origen

mid 16th century: from Latin exasperat- 'irritated to anger', from the verb exasperare (based on asper 'rough').

More
  • Exasperate is from Latin exasperare ‘irritate to anger’, based on asper ‘rough’.

Derivados

exasperatedly

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Example sentences
  • I exasperatedly remarked that they were a perfect match, they were both aesthetically hideous with horrifically competitive personalities to match.
  • The Russians rather exasperatedly denied the story.
  • I woke up in the middle of the night with tormentably aching arms and the last threads of a dream in which K had exasperatedly told me to stop blogging.

Words that rhyme with exasperate

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