I found him much agitated: tôi thấy anh ta rất bối rối (rất xúc động)
suy đi tính lại, suy nghĩ lung; thảo luận
to agitate a question in one's mind: suy đi tính lại một vấn đề trong óc
the question had been agitated many times before: vấn đề đã được thảo luận nhiều lần trước đây
agitate for, against xúi giục, khích động (để làm gì, chống lại cái gì...)
agitates|agitated|agitating'ædʒɪteɪt verb +try to stir up public opinion +cause to be agitated, excited, or roused +exert oneself continuously, vigorously, or obtrusively to gain an end or engage in a crusade for a certain cause or person; be an advocate for +move very slightly +move or cause to move back and forth +change the arrangement or position of
Rachel was agitated to learn of the bank's threat to foreclose on the mortgage.
2 push, press, campaign; promote:
The miners have been agitating for better safety measures.
3 stir (up), churn, disturb, shake, roil:
The calm lake was agitated by the motor boats.
Advanced English Dictionary
+verb 1 ~ (for / against sth) to argue strongly for sth you want, especially for changes in a law, in social conditions, etc: [V] political groups agitating for social change +[V to inf] Her family are agitating to have her transferred to a prison in the UK. 2[VN] to make sb feel angry, anxious or nervous: This remark seemed to agitate her guest. 3[VN] (technical) to make sth, especially a liquid, move around by stirring or shaking it: Agitate the mixture to dissolve the powder.
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