Definition of 'complicate'
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In my mind there were only two people, her and me; no room then for a shadowy third to complicate the straightforward way I hated her. A DEATH IN THE FAMILY (1992)`They complicate the situation, and Mr Cramer obviously realizes this. MURDER IN E MINOR (1992)And in a haystack of needles, just to complicate things a little. THE TOUCH OF INNOCENTS (1992)
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Translations for 'complicate'
British English: complicate VERB
To complicate something means to make it more difficult to understand or deal with.
What complicates the issue is the burden of history.
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