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Vocabulary and phrases
aggravate
= aggravare , peggiorare , esasperare , irritare , seccare , scocciare ,
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A robbery of a daring and aggravated nature occasioned a vigilance of
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* 'Don't talk to me, you aggravating thing, don't!' said Mrs. Nupkins. ( Dickens The Pickwick papers )
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* 'It's an aggravating thing, just as we got the beds so snug,' said
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Raddle, there's a good soul, or you'll only aggravate her.'
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propriety, but it was not the whole extent of the aggravation, for a
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aggravated
= aggravato , peggiorato , esasperato , irritato , seccato , scocciato ,
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circumstance of aggravation
= circostanza aggravante ,
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circumstances of aggravation
= circostanze aggravanti ,
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deepened
= approfondito, approfonditosi, scavato più a fondo, aggravato, aggravatosi, accresciuto, aumentato, caricato , intensificato, incupito, incupitosi, fattosi più cupo , fattosi più grave ,
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deteriorated
= deteriorato, guastato, corrotto, deterioratosi, deperito, acuitosi, aggravatosi ,
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embittered
= amareggiato, esasperato, inasprito, aggravato, avvelenato ,
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escalated
= aumentato, intensificato, intensificatosi, aggravatosi, salito ,
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exacerbated
= esacerbato, inasprito, aggravato, esasperato ,
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exasperated
= esasperato, inasprito, irritato, aggravato, peggiorato ,
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festered
= ulceratosi, guastatosi, aggravato, ingigantito, amareggiato ,
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Vocabulary and phrases
aggravare
= verbo trans. rendere più grave , più difficile o più fastidioso
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* Renzo , dopo essere stato qualche momento a vagheggiare quella decorosa vecchiezza , conturbata un po' dall'angustia , aggravata dalla fatica , ma animata dalla sollecitudine , abbellita , per dir così , dalla speranza di togliere un uomo all'angosce mortali , Renzo , dico , mise da parte ogni pensiero d'andarsene ; e si risolvette d'aiutare Ferrer , e di non abbandonarlo , fin che non fosse ottenuto l'intento .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* La prima cosa che si vedeva , nell'entrare , era un infermo seduto sulla paglia nel fondo ; un infermo però non aggravato , e che anzi poteva parer vicino alla convalescenza ; il quale , visto il padre , tentennò la testa , come accennando di no: il padre abbassò la sua , con un atto di tristezza e di rassegnazione .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* In poco tempo , Lucia era stata in grado di poter aiutar l'altra , che s'era trovata aggravatissima .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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* Andava innanzi il giovine , attento alla strada , con una grand'impazienza d'arrivare , e rallentando però il passo , per misurarlo alle forze del compagno ; il quale , stanco dalle fatiche , aggravato dal male , oppresso dall'afa , camminava stentatamente , alzando ogni tanto al cielo la faccia smunta , come per cercare un respiro più libero .(Manzoni-I Promessi sposi)
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Epuisé s'era dichiarato il commendator Seralli delle cure, dei pensieri, delle noje che gli eran diluviati da quella sciagura; noje, cure, pensieri, aggravati dal caratterino un po'...(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Ma nossignori! Carlino non andava piú neppur lui, Carlino non si prendeva piú neppur lui nessun piacere dalla donna, e cosí non solo gl'impediva di togliersi il rimorso con quel pensiero, ma anzi glielo aggravava.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Ce n'andiamo! Venerina ricadeva d'un tratto, in quei momenti, nel suo tedio neghittoso, inasprito da una sorda stizza o aggravato da una pena d'indefiniti desiderii: la casa le appariva vuota di nuovo, vuota la vita, e sbuffava: non voleva far nulla, piú nulla! IV Lars Cleen, appena solo, si sentiva come caduto in un altro mondo, piú luminoso, di cui non conosceva che tre abitanti soli e una casa, anzi una camera.(Pirandello - Novelle per un anno)
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Eccovi confessate indigrosso le mie mancanze: dei particolari alcuni le aggraverebbero, altri le attenuerebbero forse. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Egli insidiato, turbato da’ suoi studi, aggravato di spese tante, appena si salva dalla calunnia. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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La credeva le celassero il vero, e ch’egli soffrisse più, ma tacesse per non l’affliggere: e co’ falsi timori aggravava il male di lui daddovero.. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Se trovassi parole che le dicessero senza né ingrossarle né attenuarle (perch’una circostanza par che le aggravi, ma un’altra minutissima le fa leggiere), ve le direi tutte, sicura che non mi sprezzereste però. (Tommaseo - Fede e bellezza)
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Ma la signora Teresa contrasse da tante agitazioni una malattia di cuore che nel 1851, in fine d'agosto, si aggravò subitamente. (Fogazzaro - Piccolo mondo antico)
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* Cessato il tremito, avvertì maggiormente l'estrema stanchezza che gli aggravava le membra; pensò a che doveva quella stanchezza; pensò alla via interminabile che aveva davanti, e subito gli s'oscurò la bellezza della notte, gli svanì il fascino di essa, e si sprofondò nel vuoto tenebroso del suo dolore. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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* Se non che, volendo esser giusti, questa che pareva a me indiscrezione, non era in fondo naturale curiosità scusabilissima, in quanto che per forza doveva nascere da quella specie di silenzio strano che era attorno alla mia persona? E giacché la solitudine mi riusciva ormai insopportabile e non sapevo resistere alla tentazione d’accostarmi a gli altri, bisognava pure che alle domande di questi altri, i quali avevano bene il diritto di sapere con chi avessero da fare, io soddisfacessi, rassegnato, nel miglior modo possibile, cioè mentendo, inventando: non c’era via di mezzo! La colpa non era degli altri, era mia; adesso l’avrei aggravata, è vero, con la menzogna; ma se non volevo, se ci soffrivo, dovevo andar via, riprendere il mio vagabondaggio chiuso e solitario. ( Pirandello - Il fu Mattia Pascal )
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Tutti mi protessero e aggravarono la mia situazione .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)
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* Pare che a cena si fosse lasciato indurre a mangiar troppo e l’indigestione avesse assunto l’aspetto di un aggravamento del male .(I.Svevo - La coscienza di zeno)*
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aggravante
= participio presente di aggravare , che aggrava aggravante , elemento che , rendendo più grave un reato , determina un aumento della pena .
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aggravato
= participio passato di aggravare
= peggiorato furto aggravato , commesso con aggravanti appesantito , reso torpido rallentato , solo nella a tempo aggravato .
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aggravio
= peso che aggrava aumento di oneri , di tributi
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esasperazione
= aggravamento - inasprimento
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pluriaggravato
= reato caratterizzato da più di una circostanza aggravante
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raggravare
= verbo trans. rendere più grave, aggravare
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raggravarsi
= verbo riflessivo diventare più grave, aggravarsi maggiormente.
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recrudescenza
= aggravamento o ripresa di un male che sembrava in via di guarigione, di miglioramento
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riaggravare
= verbo trans. aggravare di nuovo
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riaggravarsi
= verbo riflessivo aggravarsi di nuovo
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sopraggravare
= verbo transitivo aggravare di più sovraccaricare .
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sopraggravio
= nuovo aggravio ,
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stallia
= periodo di tempo concesso dall'armatore di una nave al noleggiatore per il carico e lo scarico senza aggravio di spese .
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Verb: to aggravate-aggravated-aggravated
Ausiliar: to have - transitivo
Affermative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I aggravate
you aggravate
he/she/it aggravates
we aggravate
you aggravate
they aggravate
Simple past
I aggravated
you aggravated
he/she/it aggravated
we aggravated
you aggravated
they aggravated
Simple past
I aggravated
you aggravated
he/she/it aggravated
we aggravated
you aggravated
they aggravated
Present perfect
I have aggravated
you have aggravated
he/she/it has aggravated
we have aggravated
you have aggravated
they have aggravated
Past perfect
I had aggravated
you had aggravated
he/she/it had aggravated
we had aggravated
you had aggravated
they had aggravated
Past perfect
I had aggravated
you had aggravated
he/she/it had aggravated
we had aggravated
you had aggravated
they had aggravated
Simple future
I I will aggravate
you you will aggravate
he/she/it he/she/it will aggravate
we we will aggravate
you I will aggravate
they they will aggravate
Future perfect
I will have aggravated
you will have aggravated
he/she/it will have aggravated
we will have aggravated
you will have aggravated
they will have aggravated
Present continuous
I am aggravating
you are aggravating
he/she/it is aggravating
we are aggravating
you are aggravating
they are aggravating
Past simple continuous
I was aggravating
you were aggravating
he/she/it was aggravating
we were aggravating
you were aggravating
they were aggravating
Future continuous
I will be aggravating
you will be aggravating
he/she/it will be aggravating
we will be aggravating
you will be aggravating
they will be aggravating
Future perfect continuous
I will have been aggravating
you will have been aggravating
he/she/it will have been aggravating
we will have been aggravating
you will have been aggravating
they will have been aggravating
Present perfect continuous
I have been aggravating
you have been aggravating
he/she/it has been aggravating
we have been aggravating
you have been aggravating
they have been aggravating
Past perfect continuous
I had been aggravating
you had been aggravating
he/she/it had been aggravating
we had been aggravating
you had been aggravating
they had been aggravating
Affermative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I aggravate
That you aggravate
That he/she/it aggravate
That we aggravate
That you aggravate
That they aggravate
Present perfect
That I have aggravated
That you have aggravated
That he/she/it have aggravated
That we have aggravated
That you have aggravated
That they have aggravated
Simple past
That I aggravated
That you aggravated
That he/she/it aggravated
That we aggravated
That you aggravated
That they aggravated
Past perfect
That I had aggravated
That you had aggravated
That he/she/it had aggravated
That we had aggravated
That you had aggravated
That they had aggravated
Affermative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would aggravate
you would aggravate
we would aggravate
we would aggravate
you would aggravate
they would aggravate
Past
I would have aggravated
you would have aggravated
he/she/it would have aggravated
we would have aggravated
you would have aggravated
they would have aggravated
Present continous
I would be aggravating
you would be aggravating
we would be aggravating
we would be aggravating
you would be aggravating
they would be aggravating
Past continous
I would have been aggravating
you would have been aggravating
he/she/it would have been aggravating
we would have been aggravating
you would have been aggravating
they would have been aggravating
Affermative - IMPERATIVE
Present
let me aggravate
aggravate
let him aggravate
let us aggravate
aggravate
let them aggravate
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Affermative - INFINITIVE
Present
to aggravate
Past
to have aggravated
Present continous
to be aggravating
Perfect continous
to have been aggravating
Affermative - PARTICIPLE
Present
aggravating
Past
aggravated
Perfect
having aggravated
Affermative - GERUND
Present
aggravating
Past
having aggravated
Passive - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I am aggravated
you are aggravated
he/she/it is aggravated
we are aggravated
you are aggravated
they are aggravated
Past simple
I was aggravated
you were aggravated
he/she/it was aggravated
we were aggravated
you were aggravated
they were aggravated
Past simple
I was aggravated
you were aggravated
he/she/it was aggravated
we were aggravated
you were aggravated
they were aggravated
Present perfect
I have been aggravated
you have been aggravated
he/she/it has been aggravated
we have been aggravated
you have been aggravated
they have been aggravated
Past perfect
I had been aggravated
you had been aggravated
he/she/it had been aggravated
we had been aggravated
you had been aggravated
they had been aggravated
Past perfect
I had been aggravated
you had been aggravated
he/she/it had been aggravated
we had been aggravated
you had been aggravated
they had been aggravated
Future simple
I will be aggravated
you will be aggravated
he/she/it will be aggravated
we will be aggravated
you will be aggravated
they will be aggravated
Future perfect
I will have been aggravated
you will have been aggravated
he/she/it will have been aggravated
we will have been aggravated
you will have been aggravated
they will have been aggravated
Present continuous
I am being aggravated
you are being aggravated
he/she/it is being aggravated
we are being aggravated
you are being aggravated
they are being aggravated
Past simple continuous
I was being aggravated
you were being aggravated
he/she/it was being aggravated
were being aggravated
you were being aggravated
they were being aggravated
Future continuous
I will being aggravated
you will being aggravated
he/she/it will being aggravated
we will being aggravated
you will being aggravated
they will being aggravated
Future perfect continuous
I will have been aggravated
you will have been aggravated
he/she/it will have been aggravated
we will have been aggravated
you will have been aggravated
they will have been aggravated
Present perfect continuous
I have been aggravated
you have been aggravated
he/she/it has been aggravated
we have been aggravated
you have been aggravated
they have been aggravated
Past perfect continuous
I had been aggravated
you had been aggravated
he/she/it had been aggravated
we had been aggravated
you had been aggravated
they had been aggravated
Passive - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I be aggravated
That you be aggravated
That he/she/it be aggravated
That we be aggravated
That you be aggravated
That they be aggravated
Present perfect
That I have been aggravated
That you have been aggravated
That he/she/it have been aggravated
That we have been aggravated
That you have been aggravated
That they have been aggravated
Simple past
That I were aggravated
That you were aggravated
That he/she/it were aggravated
That we were aggravated
That you were aggravated
That they were aggravated
Past perfect
That I had been aggravated
That you had been aggravated
That he/she/it had been aggravated
That we had been aggravated
That you had been aggravated
That they had been aggravated
CONDITIONAL
Present
I would be aggravated
you would be aggravated
we would be aggravated
we would be aggravated
you would be aggravated
they would be aggravated
Past
I would have been aggravated
you would have been aggravated
he/she/it would have been aggravated
we would have been aggravated
you would have been aggravated
they would have been aggravated
IMPERATIVE
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
INFINITIVE
Present
to be aggravated
Past
to have been aggravated
PARTICIPLE
Present
being aggravated
Past
aggravated
Perfect
having been aggravated
GERUND
Present
being aggravated
Past
having been aggravated
Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
I do not aggravate
you do not aggravate
he/she/it does not aggravates
we do not aggravate
you do not aggravate
they do not aggravate
Simple past
I did not aggravate
you did not aggravate
he/she/it did not aggravate
we did not aggravate
you did not aggravate
they did not aggravate
Simple past
I did not aggravate
you did not aggravate
he/she/it did not aggravate
we did not aggravate
you did not aggravate
they did not aggravate
Present perfect
I have not aggravated
you have not aggravated
he/she/it has not aggravated
we have not aggravated
you have not aggravated
they have not aggravated
Past perfect
I had not aggravated
you had not aggravated
he/she/it had not aggravated
we had not aggravated
you had not aggravated
they had not aggravated
Past perfect
I had not aggravated
you had not aggravated
he/she/it had not aggravated
we had not aggravated
you had not aggravated
they had not aggravated
Simple future
I I will not aggravate
you you will not aggravate
he/she/it he/she/it will not aggravate
we we will not aggravate
you I will not aggravate
they they will not aggravate
Future perfect
I will not have aggravated
you will not have aggravated
he/she/it will not have aggravated
we will not have aggravated
you will not have aggravated
they will not have aggravated
Present continuous
I am not aggravating
you are not aggravating
he/she/it is not aggravating
we are not aggravating
you are not aggravating
they are not aggravating
Past simple continuous
I was not aggravating
you were not aggravating
he/she/it was not aggravating
we were not aggravating
you were not aggravating
they were not aggravating
Future continuous
I will not be aggravating
you will not be aggravating
he/she/it will not be aggravating
we will not be aggravating
you will not be aggravating
they will not be aggravating
Future perfect continuous
I will not have been aggravating
you will not have been aggravating
he/she/it will not have been aggravating
we will not have been aggravating
you will not have been aggravating
they will not have been aggravating
Present perfect continuous
I have not been aggravating
you have not been aggravating
he/she/it has not been aggravating
we have not been aggravating
you have not been aggravating
they have not been aggravating
Past perfect continuous
I had not been aggravating
you had not been aggravating
he/she/it had not been aggravating
we had not been aggravating
you had not been aggravating
they had not been aggravating
Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That I do not aggravate
That you do not aggravate
That he/she/it does not aggravate
That we do not aggravate
That you do not aggravate
That they do not aggravate
Present perfect
That I have not aggravated
That you have not aggravated
That he/she/it have not aggravated
That we have not aggravated
That you have not aggravated
That they have not aggravated
Simple past
That I did not aggravate
That you did not aggravate
That he/she/it did not aggravate
That we did not aggravate
That you did not aggravate
That they did not aggravate
Past perfect
That I had not aggravated
That you had not aggravated
That he/she/it had not aggravated
That we had not aggravated
That you had not aggravated
That they had not aggravated
Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
I would not aggravate
you would not aggravate
we would not aggravate
we would not aggravate
you would not aggravate
they would not aggravate
Past
I would not have aggravated
you would not have aggravated
he/she/it would not have aggravated
we would not have aggravated
you would not have aggravated
they would not have aggravated
Present continous
I would not be aggravating
you would not be aggravating
we would not be aggravating
we would not be aggravating
you would not be aggravating
they would not be aggravating
Past continous
I would not have been aggravating
you would not have been aggravating
he/she/it would not have been aggravating
we would not have been aggravating
you would not have been aggravating
they would not have been aggravating
Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
do not let me aggravate
do not aggravate
do not let him aggravate
do not let us aggravate
do not aggravate
do not let them aggravate
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Negative - INFINITIVE
Present
not to aggravate
Past
not to have aggravated
Present continous
not to be aggravating
Perfect continous
not to have been aggravating
Negative - PARTICIPLE
Present
not aggravating
Past
not aggravated
Perfect
not having aggravated
Negative - GERUND
Present
not aggravating
Past
not having aggravated
Interrogative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I aggravate ?
do you aggravate ?
does she/he/it aggravates ?
do we aggravate ?
do you aggravate ?
do they aggravate ?
Simple past
did I aggravate ?
did you aggravate ?
did she/he/it aggravate ?
did we aggravate ?
did you aggravate ?
did they aggravate ?
Simple past
did I aggravate ?
did you aggravate ?
did she/he/it aggravate ?
did we aggravate ?
did you aggravate ?
did they aggravate ?
Present perfect
have I aggravated ?
have you aggravated ?
has she/he/it aggravated ?
have we aggravated ?
have you aggravated ?
have they aggravated ?
Past perfect
had I aggravated ?
had you aggravated ?
had she/he/it aggravated ?
had we aggravated ?
had you aggravated ?
had they aggravated ?
Past perfect
had I aggravated ?
had you aggravated ?
had she/he/it aggravated ?
had we aggravated ?
had you aggravated ?
had they aggravated ?
Simple future
will I aggravate ?
will you aggravate ?
will she/he/it aggravate ?
will we aggravate ?
will I aggravate ?
will they aggravate ?
Future perfect
will I have aggravated ?
will you have aggravated ?
will she/he/it have aggravated ?
will we have aggravated ?
will you have aggravated ?
will they have aggravated ?
Present continuous
am I aggravating ?
are you aggravating ?
is she/he/it aggravating ?
are we aggravating ?
are you aggravating ?
are they aggravating ?
Past simple continuous
was I aggravating ?
were you aggravating ?
was she/he/it aggravating ?
were we aggravating ?
were you aggravating ?
were they aggravating ?
Future continuous
will I be aggravating ?
will you be aggravating ?
will she/he/it be aggravating ?
will we be aggravating ?
will you be aggravating ?
will they be aggravating ?
Future perfect continuous
will I have been aggravating ?
will you have been aggravating ?
will she/he/it have been aggravating ?
will we have been aggravating ?
will you have been aggravating ?
will they have been aggravating ?
Present perfect continuous
have I been aggravating ?
have you been aggravating ?
has she/he/it been aggravating ?
have we been aggravating ?
have you been aggravating ?
have they been aggravating ?
Past perfect continuous
had I been aggravating ?
had you been aggravating ?
had she/he/it been aggravating ?
had we been aggravating ?
had you been aggravating ?
had they been aggravating ?
Interrogative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I aggravate ?
That do you aggravate ?
That does she/he/it aggravate ?
That do we aggravate ?
That do you aggravate ?
That do they aggravate ?
Present perfect
That have I aggravated ?
That have you aggravated ?
That have she/he/it aggravated ?
That have we aggravated ?
That have you aggravated ?
That have they aggravated ?
Simple past
That did I aggravate ?
That did you aggravate ?
That did she/he/it aggravate ?
That did we aggravate ?
That did you aggravate ?
That did they aggravate ?
Past perfect
That had I aggravated ?
That had you aggravated ?
That had she/he/it aggravated ?
That had we aggravated ?
That had you aggravated ?
That had they aggravated ?
Interrogative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I aggravate ?
would you aggravate ?
would she/he/it aggravate ?
would we aggravate ?
would you aggravate ?
would they aggravate ?
Past
would I have aggravated?
would you have aggravated?
would she/he/it have aggravated?
would we have aggravated?
would you have aggravated?
would they have aggravated?
Present continous
would I be aggravating ?
would you be aggravating ?
would she/he/it be aggravating ?
would we be aggravating ?
would you be aggravating ?
would they be aggravating ?
Past continous
would I have been aggravating?
would you have been aggravating?
would she/he/it have been aggravating?
would we have been aggravating?
would you have been aggravating?
would they have been aggravating?
Interrogative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Interrogative-Negative - INDICATIVE
Present simple
do I not aggravate ?
do you not aggravate ?
does she/he/it not aggravates ?
do we not aggravate ?
do you not aggravate ?
do they not aggravate ?
Simple past
did I not aggravate ?
did you not aggravate ?
did she/he/it not aggravate ?
did we not aggravate ?
did you not aggravate ?
did they not aggravate ?
Simple past
did I not aggravate ?
did you not aggravate ?
did she/he/it not aggravate ?
did we not aggravate ?
did you not aggravate ?
did they not aggravate ?
Present perfect
have I not aggravated ?
have you not aggravated ?
has she/he/it not aggravated ?
have we not aggravated ?
have you not aggravated ?
have they not aggravated ?
Past perfect
had I not aggravated ?
had you not aggravated ?
had she/he/it not aggravated ?
had we not aggravated ?
had you not aggravated ?
had they not aggravated ?
Past perfect
had I not aggravated ?
had you not aggravated ?
had she/he/it not aggravated ?
had we not aggravated ?
had you not aggravated ?
had they not aggravated ?
Simple future
will I not aggravate ?
will you not aggravate ?
will she/he/it not aggravate ?
will we not aggravate ?
will I not aggravate ?
will they not aggravate ?
Future perfect
will I not have aggravated ?
will you not have aggravated ?
will she/he/it not have aggravated ?
will we not have aggravated ?
will you not have aggravated ?
will they not have aggravated ?
Present continuous
am I not aggravating ?
are you not aggravating ?
is she/he/it not aggravating ?
are we not aggravating ?
are you not aggravating ?
are they not aggravating ?
Past simple continuous
was I not aggravating ?
were you not aggravating ?
was she/he/it not aggravating ?
were we not aggravating ?
were you not aggravating ?
were they not aggravating ?
Future continuous
will I not be aggravating ?
will you not be aggravating ?
will she/he/it not be aggravating ?
will we not be aggravating ?
will you not be aggravating ?
will they not be aggravating ?
Future perfect continuous
will I not have been aggravating ?
will you not have been aggravating ?
will she/he/it not have been aggravating ?
will we not have been aggravating ?
will you not have been aggravating ?
will they not have been aggravating ?
Present perfect continuous
have I not been aggravating ?
have you not been aggravating ?
has she/he/it not been aggravating ?
have we not been aggravating ?
have you not been aggravating ?
have they not been aggravating ?
Past perfect continuous
had I not been aggravating ?
had you not been aggravating ?
had she/he/it not been aggravating ?
had we not been aggravating ?
had you not been aggravating ?
had they not been aggravating ?
Interrogative-Negative - SUBJUNCTIVE
Present simple
That do I not aggravate ?
That do you not aggravate ?
That does she/he/it not aggravate ?
That do we not aggravate ?
That do you not aggravate ?
That do they not aggravate ?
Present perfect
That have I not aggravated ?
That have you not aggravated ?
That have she/he/it not aggravated ?
That have we not aggravated ?
That have you not aggravated ?
That have they not aggravated ?
Simple past
That did I not aggravate ?
That did you not aggravate ?
That did she/he/it not aggravate ?
That did we not aggravate ?
That did you not aggravate ?
That did they not aggravate ?
Past perfect
That had I not aggravated ?
That had you not aggravated ?
That had she/he/it not aggravated ?
That had we not aggravated ?
That had you not aggravated ?
That had they not aggravated ?
Interrogative-Negative - CONDITIONAL
Present
would I not aggravate ?
would you not aggravate ?
would she/he/it not aggravate ?
would we not aggravate ?
would you not aggravate ?
would they not aggravate ?
Past
would I not have aggravated?
would you not have aggravated?
would she/he/it not have aggravated?
would we not have aggravated?
would you not have aggravated?
would they not have aggravated?
Present continous
would I not be aggravating ?
would you not be aggravating ?
would she/he/it not be aggravating ?
would we not be aggravating ?
would you not be aggravating ?
would they not be aggravating ?
Past continous
would I not have been aggravating?
would you not have been aggravating?
would she/he/it not have been aggravating?
would we not have been aggravating?
would you not have been aggravating?
would they not have been aggravating?
Interrogative-Negative - IMPERATIVE
Present
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Coniugazione:1 - aggravare
Ausiliare:essere intransitivo/transitivo
INDICATIVO - attivo
Presente
io aggravo
tu aggravi
egli aggrava
noi aggraviamo
voi aggravate
essi aggravano
Imperfetto
io aggravavo
tu aggravavi
egli aggravava
noi aggravavamo
voi aggravavate
essi aggravavano
Passato remoto
io aggravai
tu aggravasti
egli aggravò
noi aggravammo
voi aggravaste
essi aggravarono
Passato prossimo
io sono aggravato
tu sei aggravato
egli é aggravato
noi siamo aggravati
voi siete aggravati
essi sono aggravati
Trapassato prossimo
io ero aggravato
tu eri aggravato
egli era aggravato
noi eravamo aggravati
voi eravate aggravati
essi erano aggravati
Trapassato remoto
io fui aggravato
tu fosti aggravato
egli fu aggravato
noi fummo aggravati
voi foste aggravati
essi furono aggravati
Futuro semplice
io aggraverò
tu aggraverai
egli aggraverà
noi aggraveremo
voi aggraverete
essi aggraveranno
Futuro anteriore
io sarò aggravato
tu sarai aggravato
egli sarà aggravato
noi saremo aggravati
voi sarete aggravati
essi saranno aggravati
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
CONGIUNTIVO - attivo
Presente
che io aggravi
che tu aggravi
che egli aggravi
che noi aggraviamo
che voi aggraviate
che essi aggravino
Passato
che io sia aggravato
che tu sia aggravato
che egli sia aggravato
che noi siamo aggravati
che voi siate aggravati
che essi siano aggravati
Imperfetto
che io aggravassi
che tu aggravassi
che egli aggravasse
che noi aggravassimo
che voi aggravaste
che essi aggravassero
Trapassato
che io fossi aggravato
che tu fossi aggravato
che egli fosse aggravato
che noi fossimo aggravati
che voi foste aggravati
che essi fossero aggravati
CONDIZIONALE - attivo
Presente
io aggraverei
tu aggraveresti
egli aggraverebbe
noi aggraveremmo
voi aggravereste
essi aggraverebbero
Passato
io sarei aggravato
tu saresti aggravato
egli sarebbe aggravato
noi saremmo aggravati
voi sareste aggravati
essi sarebbero aggravati
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
IMPERATIVO - attivo
Presente
-
aggrava
aggravi
aggraviamo
aggravate
aggravino
Futuro
-
aggraverai
aggraverà
aggraveremo
aggraverete
aggraveranno
INFINITO - attivo
Presente
aggravare
Passato
essere aggravato
 
 
PARTICIPIO - attivo
Presente
aggravante
Passato
aggravato
 
 
GERUNDIO - attivo
Presente
aggravando
Passato
essendo aggravato