It means to make things worse.
"There's hundreds of Zombies outside, and they're really going to exacerbate things."
by Thegreatnick April 13, 2005
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To make an existing situation much worse than before
Faux News only helps to exacerbate the electorates intelligence level.
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To make a problem worse than it already is.
Don't exacerbate things!
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A word used by self-important twits who could have just said "aggravate".
Self-importance tends to exacerbate the use of a grandiose vocabulary.
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To masturbate furiously, and to the point of utter exhaustion
Last night, I went home, and exacerbated for literally 3 hours...I've never slept better
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She's so hot. You don't know how many times I've exacerbated while thinking about her
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To make worse or to worsen; opposite of helping
Jimmy's attempts to gain recongnition inhigh school only exacerbated his already troublesome identity crisis.
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The term used to describe the practice of masturbating to exhaustion as a quality form of exercise.
I totally killed my workout yesterday - I had to exacerbate to failure for 5 sets!
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