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Spanish translation of “complicate”

complicate

verb /ˈkomplikeit/
to make difficult
complicar
His illness complicates matters.
complicated adjective (opposite uncomplicated) difficult to understand
complicado
complicated instructions.
complication noun something making a situation etc more difficult
complicación
Taking the dog with us on holiday/vacation will be an added complication.
a development (in an illness etc) which makes things worse
complicación
There were complications during the surgery.
(Definition of complicate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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