Roots of English Bat To beat, fight
Now today we have taken 'BAT' as a ROOT which has a meaning: To beat, To fight, To argue
1) Batter:- ( bat-er) - Subjecting someone or something to strong attack. Usage - As he was a karate expert, he battered the man to death who annoyed his father.
2) Exacerbate:- (ex-ac-er-bate) - make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse Usage - If you do not take your medicine, you condition will exacerbate, and you will feel worse
3) Combative- (com-bat-ive) -Someone who shows excessive willingness to fight.
4) Abate - (uh-beyt) - To reduce the intensity of something , to beat the severity of something
5) Disapprobation - (dis-ap-roh-bey-shun) strong disapproval, typically on moral grounds. Usage - I lied about my failing in exam, because I did not want to experience my parents' disapprobation.
6) Rebate - (re-bate) - beat down, drive back, Money that is paid back.
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