Verb conjugation of "aggravate" in English

 
Conjugate the verb aggravate:
Present

I aggravate
you aggravate
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Past

he aggravated
we have aggravated
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Future

will aggravate
...

 
Conditional

would aggravate
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Conjunctive

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The next English Verbs in our list:   agnize   agree   aid   aim   air   alarm  





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