ukDeal with the problem immediately; do not let it fester
go offThe bomb went off right after the president left his officeThe gun went off during their struggleWhen the boss came to know about the scheme, he went off, shouting and throwing everything away
relapseHe has improved recently but keeps relapsing into states of utter confusionto relapse into a stupor, into vice, or into barbarismto relapse into slumber after being disturbed
worsenJust recently, there have been problems in France and other EU states, which could worsen under the pretext of the economic and social crisis. Aivan viime aikoina Ranskassa ja muissa EU-valtioissa on ollut ongelmia, jotka saattavat pahentua talous- ja yhteiskuntakriisin varjolla. This gender-specific violence, which also has a strong negative impact on children, and tends to worsen during periods of economic and social crisis, can no longer be accepted. Emme voi enää sallia sukupuoleen perustuvaa väkivaltaa, joka vaikuttaa hyvin kielteisesti myös lapsiin ja jolla on taipumus vain pahentua taloudellisten ja yhteiskunnallisten kriisien aikana. The global warming has worsened the weather.