exasperate - Irritate intensely; infuriate.
I've seen many entries in dictionaries that have two set of definition like the above "irritate intensely" and "infuriate". What does this mean?
If I use this word in a sentence, will it mean both "infuriate" and "irritate intensely" or either one? For example if you consider the sample sentence below, did they walk intensely irritatedly or in infuriation, or both?
We paced up and down in exasperation.