Traducción de worsen en Español:

worsen

empeorar, v.

Pronunciación /ˈwəːs(ə)n//ˈwərs(ə)n/

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    (prospects/pain/conditions) empeorar
    • Conditions are now worsening as the days become shorter and the roads icier.
    • Economic indicators started to worsen in September with the increase of fuel prices.
    • These policies have worsened already deteriorating social conditions in the state.
    • Now she fears unless he is brought home soon he may slump into depression and his condition could worsen.
    • Experts predict that the situation could worsen next month because of adverse weather conditions.
    • During the dry season the condition of the rivers worsens as water levels drop.
    • As their finances worsened, Monet fell behind with the rent and was unable to pay the servants' wages.
    • His parents Derrick and Evelyn gave up their jobs to become his full-time carers as his condition worsened.
    • His last X-ray in June last year revealed his condition had not worsened.
    • But his condition worsened and became terminal when the cancer spread to his lymphatic glands.
    • Over the coming period, as the economic situation inevitably worsens, these demands will only intensify.
    • As Ma's condition worsens, the siblings are forced to face up to various family tensions.
    • As the tiny girl's condition worsened, the Proctors longed for a donor to help give their daughter a fresh chance.
    • In January last year his condition worsened when his left eye became infected and he was left totally blind.
    • Taking a sympathetic approach helps while an aggressive one worsens situations.
    • Drugs reduce the symptoms and prevent the condition worsening while some patients are fitted with pacemakers.
    • He was left with no steerage in force seven gales and the situation worsened when all power and communications were lost.
    • The proposed bank restructuring will dramatically worsen this economic situation.
    • A lifeboat was due to stay close to the vessel overnight in case conditions worsened.
    • In the second half with both teams tiring and the conditions worsening it was down to who wanted to win the game more.

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