Prepositions after "aggravate"
aggravate by, in, to, as or with?
|In 75% of cases aggravate by is used|
|The pain seemed to be aggravated by walking, and was always worse by afternoon/evening.|
|This dilemma of ownership is further aggravated by the fact that no one knows who or what Khnum-Khuf was.|
|Third, sometimes the situation is aggravated by external interests that wish to de-rail the essential unity of India.|
|The problem is aggravated by a lack of government statistics - the Interior Ministry last produced a report on crime in 2004.|
|The discrimination against the third gender is embedded in our consciousness and is aggravated by ignorance and insensitivity.|
|Sometimes, the condition can actually be aggravated by steps which are designed to control it, such as drinking certain fluids.|
|When you have asthma attacks, you may have worse infections of the sinuses or respiratory system that can be aggravated by the flu.|
|With these difficult times aggravated by the global economic recession, those undertaking the business are eking a living out of it.|
|Prosecuting counsel Bill Wright submitted the offending was serious and aggravated by a history of complaints about Wilson's animal care.|
|This conflict is aggravated by the economic policies of some major industrial countries, which have depressed and destabilized the international economy.|
|In 5% of cases aggravate to is used|
|Caffeinated drinks are specifically aggravating to your acne problems.|
|It could also be aggravating to the eyeballs of anyone who has to get beneath it for very long time periods.|
|In 4% of cases aggravate as is used|
|This is aggravated as the regime runs amok with vast and wasteful white-elephant show case grandiosities.|
|It's aggravating as heck to wait, but I'd still 99% sure that we'll get our Season 6, especially after the better than expected news about CBC budget cuts.|
|In 2% of cases aggravate at is used|
|Together let us ask God's help for the peoples of the Horn of Africa, who suffer from hunger and food shortages, aggravated at times by a persistent state of insecurity.|
|In 2% of cases aggravate during is used|
|And her health issues aggravates during this month.|
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