One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘the recession led to the aggravation of unemployment problems’
worsening, exacerbation, compounding
intensification, increase, heightening, magnification, amplification, augmentation
2‘she decided that no amount of money is worth the aggravation’
nuisance, annoyance, irritant, irritation, hassle, pest, grievance, problem, trouble, difficulty, snag, inconvenience, bother, trial, thorn in one's flesh, thorn in one's side, bane of one's life
exasperation, infuriation, vexation
aggro, headache, pain, pain in the backside, pain in the neck
Australian fair cow
vulgar slang pain in the arse, pain in the butt
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