Going from bad to worse, add insult to injury, so much so that

 Going from bad to worse

Definition of go to the dogs

informal

to become ruined : to change to a much worse condition

Our favorite restaurant has gone to the dogs lately.

The economy is going to the dogs.

Many people think this party is going to the dogs


Boy, this party has really gone to the dogs. First, there was the issue with the caterer, and now half the guests aren't coming.

If a situation goes from bad to worse, it was difficult and unpleasant, and is becoming even more so: Things have gone from bad to worse.


Do you think covid-19 situation has gone from bad to worse since this government has come to power second time


Exacerbated

exacerbate

/ɪɡˈzasəbeɪt,ɛkˈsasəbeɪt/

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verb

past tense: exacerbated; past participle: exacerbated

make (a problem, bad situation, or negative feeling) worse.

"the exorbitant cost of land in urban areas only exacerbated the problem


aggravate

make worse

worsen

inflame

compound

intensify

increase

heighten

magnify

add to

amplify

augment


add insult to injury

informal

act in a way that makes a bad situation worse.

"to ask our members to accept a pay cut adds insult to injury"

If a situation goes from bad to worse, it was difficult and unpleasant, and is becoming even more so: Things have gone from bad to worse.


I was already late for work and, to add insult to injury, I spilled coffee all over myself


First, the basement flooded, and then, to add insult to injury, a pipe burst in the kitchen


so much so that അത്രത്തോളമാകയാല്‍


Let alone

Much less

Leave alone

Tony can barely boil an egg, much less cook dinner.

I don’t want even to see her, much less speak to her

We don't have enough money for new car, much less a luxury SUV.

He barely looked at me, much less smiled

He doesn't have a decent home much less buy a BMW


I hardly had time to brush my teeth this morning, let alone do my hair!

We can't afford a vacation, let alone a trip to Disney World.

Leave me alone. I don't want your help. Let it alone! Don't touch it! It may be hot!


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