v. wrong, oppress; cause sorrow; offend
English - Spanish - aggrieve Pronunciation
v. acongojar, afligir, apenar; agraviar, abaldonar, injuriar
English - French - aggrieve Pronunciation
v. chagriner, attrister; léser (légal)
English - German - aggrieve Pronunciation
v. verärgern; kränken; ungerecht behandeln
English - Italian - aggrieve Pronunciation
v. addolorare, offendere, ledere
English - Portuguese - aggrieve Pronunciation
v. afligir; discriminar
English - Russian - aggrieve Pronunciation
г. огорчать, обижать, удручать, наносить ущерб
English - Turkish - aggrieve Pronunciation
f. üzmek, incitmek, rencide etmek, mağdur etmek, kederlendirmek
English - Albanian - aggrieve Pronunciation
v. hidhëroj, fyej
English - Dutch - aggrieve Pronunciation
ww. spijten
English - Greek - aggrieve Pronunciation
ρήμ. καταπιέζω, θλίβω
English - Chinese - aggrieve Pronunciation
(动) 使委屈, 使苦恼, 侵害
English - Chinese - aggrieve Pronunciation
(動) 使委屈, 使苦惱, 侵害
English - Japanese - aggrieve Pronunciation
(動) 悩ます; 不当に扱う
English - Korean - aggrieve Pronunciation
동. 못되게 굴다; 괴롭히다; 학대하다, 감정을 상하게 하다
Expressions
verb: infringe on the rights of
verb: break the heart of; cause to feel sorrow

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Synonyms for aggrieve
bother: harass, afflict, upset, distress, rack, disturb, constrain
Verb forms for aggrieve
Present participle: aggrieving
Present: aggrieve (3.person: aggrieves)
Past: aggrieved
Future: will aggrieve
Present conditional: would aggrieve
Present Perfect: have aggrieved (3.person: has aggrieved)
Past Perfect: had aggrieved
Future Perfect: will have aggrieved
Past conditional: would have aggrieved