[ig-zas-er-beyt, ek-sas-] /ɪgˈzæs ərˌbeɪt, ɛkˈsæs-/
verb (used with object), exacerbated, exacerbating.
to increase the severity, bitterness, or violence of (disease, ill feeling, etc.); aggravate.
to embitter the feelings of (a person); irritate; exasperate.
to make (pain, disease, emotion, etc) more intense; aggravate
to exasperate or irritate (a person)
1650s, a back-formation from exacerbation or else from Latin exacerbatus, past participle of exacerbare (see exacerbation). Related: Exacerbated; exacerbating.
[ek-suh-bahyt] /ˈɛk səˌbaɪt/ noun, Computers. 1. 2 60 , or 1,024 . 2. (loosely) 10 18 or a billion billion . Symbol: EB. /ˈɛksəˌbaɪt/ noun 1. (computing) 1018 or 260 bytes company, storage A company and, by extension, a tape format for computer data backup and transfer. The tape is a data quality 8mm video […]
1. a combining form used in the names of units of measure equal to one quintillion (10 18) of a given base unit: exabyte. prefix 1. denoting 1018: exametres, E exa- pref. One quintillion (1018): exagram. prefix
excementosis ex·ce·men·to·sis (ěk’sĭ-měn-tō’sĭs) n. The outgrowth of cementum on the root surface of a tooth.
[ik-sen-trik, ek-] /ɪkˈsɛn trɪk, ɛk-/ adjective 1. deviating from the recognized or customary character, practice, etc.; irregular; erratic; peculiar; odd: eccentric conduct; an eccentric person. 2. Geometry. not having the same center; not concentric: used especially of two circles or spheres at least one of which contains the centers of both. 3. (of an axis, […]