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exaggerate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • To express as more than is in fact the truth; overstate: exaggerate how big is the enemy force; exaggerated his or her own part within the event.
    • To enlarge or increase to an abnormal degree: thick lenses that exaggerated how big is the woman eyes.
    • To heap up; to accumulate.
    • To amplify; to magnify; to expand beyond bounds and/or truth ; to delineate extravagantly ; to overstate the facts concerning.
    • To express as more than is really the truth; overstate: exaggerate how big the adversary force; exaggerated his own part in the episode.
    • To enlarge or boost to an abnormal degree: dense contacts that exaggerated how big her eyes.
    • To heap up; to build up.
    • To amplify; to magnify; to expand beyond bounds or even the truth ; to delineate extravagantly ; to overstate the facts regarding.
  • verb-intransitive:
    • to produce overstatements.
    • to help make overstatements.
  • verb:
    • To overstate, to explain a lot more than is fact.
    • to expand beyond bounds and/or truth
    • take action to an excessive degree
    • To overstate, to describe a lot more than is fact.
    • to enlarge beyond bounds or even the truth
    • make a move to an excessive degree
  • others:
    • To heap up; gather.
    • to improve immoderately or extravagantly; make incongruously big or prolonged; amplify beyond appropriate bounds.
    • To cause appearing immoderately big or essential; amplify in representation or apprehension; expand beyond truth or explanation.
    • inside good arts, to heighten extravagantly or disproportionately ultimately or design: since, to exaggerate particular functions in a painting or statue.
    • To amplify unduly in thought or in information; usage exaggeration in message or writing.
    • To heap up; gather.
    • to boost immoderately or extravagantly; make incongruously large or extensive; amplify beyond correct bounds.
    • resulting in appearing immoderately big or essential; amplify in representation or apprehension; expand beyond truth or explanation.
    • when you look at the good arts, to heighten extravagantly or disproportionately in effect or design: since, to exaggerate specific functions in a painting or statue.
    • To amplify unduly in thought or perhaps in description; usage exaggeration in speech or writing.
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