形容词:exaggerative 名词:exaggeration 副词:exaggeratedly 动词过去式:exaggerated 过去分词:exaggerated 现在分词:exaggerating 第三人称单数:exaggerates
ger＝to carry（运，载） 变化型 gest
v [I, Tn] make (sth) seem larger, better, worse, etc than it really is; stretch (a description) beyond the truth 夸张; 夸大; 言过其实
*He always exaggerates to make his stories more amusing. 他总爱添枝加叶, 把故事讲得更有趣.
* You are exaggerating the difficulties. 你把困难夸大了.
* That dress exaggerates her height. 她穿那件连衣裙显得高了.
v [I and T]
[Date: 1500-1600; Language: Latin;Origin: , past participle of exaggerare 'to make into a pile', from agger 'pile']
to make something seem better, larger, worse etc than it really is
I couldn't sleep for three days - I'm not exaggerating.
it's easy/difficult/impossible to exaggerate sth
It's difficult to exaggerate the importance of sleep.
1. Benbow is quick to add, however, that cultural expectations probably exaggerate the difference. 不过，班博又迅速补充说，文化传统上人们对孩子的期望可能更扩大了这一差别。
2. Don´t exaggerate the difficulties of your work. 别夸大你的工作困难。