complicate definition

  • verb-transitive:
    • which will make or come to be complex or perplexing.
    • To twist or be twisted collectively.
    • To fold or twist together; to mix intricately; which will make complex; to combine or connect to be able to make intricate or difficult.
    • which will make or come to be complex or perplexing.
    • To twist or be twisted together.
    • To fold or twist collectively; to combine intricately; in order to make complex; to mix or associate so as to make complex or tough.
  • adjective:
    • advanced, intricate, and involved.
    • Biology Folded longitudinally one or many times, as particular leaves or perhaps the wings of some insects.
    • Intertwined.
    • Complex, difficult.
    • Composed of a couple of parts united; complex; complicated; involved.
    • collapsed collectively, or upon itself, because of the fold running lengthwise.
    • elaborate, complex, and included.
    • Biology collapsed longitudinally one or many times, as certain leaves or the wings of some insects.
    • Intertwined.
    • hard, complicated.
    • consists of several components united; complex; complicated; involved.
    • collapsed collectively, or upon it self, because of the fold running lengthwise.
  • verb:
    • To fold or twist collectively; to mix intricately; to help make complex; to combine or associate in order to make intricate or difficult.
    • to expose involvement in a convoluted matter.
    • make more complicated
    • make more complicated, complex, or richer
    • To fold or twist collectively; to mix intricately; to create complex; to combine or connect to be able to make intricate or hard.
    • to expose participation in a convoluted matter.
    • make harder
    • make more technical, complex, or richer
  • others:
    • To make complex or complex; fold or twist collectively; entangle; intertwine; interweave; include: as, to complicate things, he was abruptly taken sick.
    • to make by mix of components or elements; combine; element.
    • consists of interconnected parts; complex.
    • Intricate; involved.
    • In botany, folded upon itself: because, a complicate embryo: same as conduplicate.
    • In entomology, creased longitudinally when or several times, as wings of wasps, the posterior wings of grasshoppers, etc.
    • To make complex or complex; fold or twist collectively; entangle; intertwine; interweave; involve: as, to complicate issues, he was out of the blue taken ill.
    • to make by mixture of parts or elements; combine; mixture.
    • consists of interconnected components; complex.
    • Intricate; included.
    • In botany, folded upon it self: because, a complicate embryo: just like conduplicate.
    • In entomology, creased longitudinally once or many times, as the wings of wasps, the posterior wings of grasshoppers, etc.

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