complicado


complicado
adj.
1 complicated, complex, confusing, complicate.
2 complicated.
3 in a delicate condition.
4 involved.
past part.
past participle of spanish verb: complicar.
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complicado
participio pasado
1→ {{link=complicar}}complicar
adjetivo
1 (gen) complicated, complex
2 (carácter) complex
3 (implicado) involved
estaba complicado en la estafa he was involved in the fraud
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(f. - complicada)
adj.
complicated
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ADJ (=complejo) complicated, complex; (Med) [fractura] compound; [estilo] elaborate; [persona] complex; [método] complicated, involved; (Jur) involved, implicated
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-da adjetivo
a) <problema/sistema/situación> complicated, complex
b) <carácter> complex; <persona> complicated
c) (rebuscado)

no seas tan complicado! — don't make life o things difficult for yourself!

d) <diseño/adorno> elaborate
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= confusing, elaborate, intricate, involved, taxing, tricky [trickier -comp., trickiest -sup.], complicated, knotted, tangled.
Ex. The nature of the compilation of the code led to rather little consensus, and many alternative rules, which together made the code rather confusing.
Ex. These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
Ex. The terminology, much of it being either newly coined or adapted to suit the purpose at hand, is sometimes rather intricate.
Ex. There are also wide ranges of interpretation concerning title entry; for example, one of the exceptions is long titles that are involved and nondistinctive-a thoroughly subjective judgment must be made here.
Ex. It is difficult to remember the special interests of more than a few people, and hence rather taxing to provide SDI manually to more than a handful of users.
Ex. Bertrand Russell has written a great deal of sense about the tricky problem of individual liberty and achievement and its relationship to government control.
Ex. Libraries should only refer users to other information agencies when complicated, specialized, or technical expertise is required.
Ex. Its intricately knotted narrative begins in 1900 with the sequence of events leading to Oscar Wilde's deathbed conversion.
Ex. Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.
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* de aspecto complicado = complicated-looking.
* demasiado complicado = overcomplicated [over-complicated].
* ¡En qué lío cada vez más complicado nos metemos al mentir! = O what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!.
* fractura complicada = compound fracture.
* las cosas son más complicadas de lo que parecen = there's more to it than meets the eye.
* más complicado de lo que parece = more than meets the eye.
* poco complicado = uncomplicated, uncomplicatedly.
* supercomplicado = hyper-complicated.
* trabajo complicado = major exercise.
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-da adjetivo
a) <problema/sistema/situación> complicated, complex
b) <carácter> complex; <persona> complicated
c) (rebuscado)

no seas tan complicado! — don't make life o things difficult for yourself!

d) <diseño/adorno> elaborate
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= confusing, elaborate, intricate, involved, taxing, tricky [trickier -comp., trickiest -sup.], complicated, knotted, tangled.

Ex: The nature of the compilation of the code led to rather little consensus, and many alternative rules, which together made the code rather confusing.

Ex: These are more elaborate then the ALA Rules, with twice the number of rules.
Ex: The terminology, much of it being either newly coined or adapted to suit the purpose at hand, is sometimes rather intricate.
Ex: There are also wide ranges of interpretation concerning title entry; for example, one of the exceptions is long titles that are involved and nondistinctive-a thoroughly subjective judgment must be made here.
Ex: It is difficult to remember the special interests of more than a few people, and hence rather taxing to provide SDI manually to more than a handful of users.
Ex: Bertrand Russell has written a great deal of sense about the tricky problem of individual liberty and achievement and its relationship to government control.
Ex: Libraries should only refer users to other information agencies when complicated, specialized, or technical expertise is required.
Ex: Its intricately knotted narrative begins in 1900 with the sequence of events leading to Oscar Wilde's deathbed conversion.
Ex: Now, let me express to you, you have, in a manner of speaking, created quite a tangled ball of yarn in this situation.
* de aspecto complicado = complicated-looking.
* demasiado complicado = overcomplicated [over-complicated].
* ¡En qué lío cada vez más complicado nos metemos al mentir! = O what a tangled web we weave when first we practise to deceive!.
* fractura complicada = compound fracture.
* las cosas son más complicadas de lo que parecen = there's more to it than meets the eye.
* más complicado de lo que parece = more than meets the eye.
* poco complicado = uncomplicated, uncomplicatedly.
* supercomplicado = hyper-complicated.
* trabajo complicado = major exercise.

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complicado -da
adjective
1 ‹problema/historia/situación› complicated, complex; ‹sistema› complicated, complex, involved
2 ‹carácter› complex; ‹persona› complicated
3
(rebuscado): ¡no seas tan complicado! don't make life difficult for yourself!, don't make things so complicated!
4 ‹diseño› elaborate, complex, intricate; ‹adorno› elaborate
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Del verbo complicar: (conjugate complicar)

complicado es:

el participio

Multiple Entries:
complicado    
complicar
complicado
-da adjetivo

a)problema/sistema/situacióncomplicated, complex

b)caráctercomplex;

personacomplicated
c)diseño/adornoelaborate

complicar (conjugate complicar) verbo transitivo
a)situación/problema/asuntoto complicate, make … complicated

b) (implicar) ‹personato involve, get … involved

complicarse verbo pronominal
a) [situación/problema/asunto] to get complicated;

[enfermedad]:
se le complicó con un problema respiratorio he developed respiratory complications;

See Also→ vida 2
b) (implicarse) complicadose en algo to get involved in sth

complicado,-aadjetivo
1 (complejo) complicated
2 (implicado) involved
complicar verbo transitivo
1 (dificultar) to complicate, make difficult
2 (implicar) to involve [en, in]: no me compliques en tus asuntos, don't involve me in your affairs
'complicado' also found in these entries:
Spanish:
accidentada
- accidentado
- avispero
- bizantina
- bizantino
- complicada
- designar
- fregado
- más
- puñetera
- puñetero
- rebuscada
- rebuscado
- enmarañado
-
English:
can
- complicated
- compound
- convoluted
- elaborate
- intricate
- involved
- rocky
- tangled
- thicken
- wrestle
- meet
- taxing
- uncomplicated
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complicado, -a adj
1. [situación, problema] complicated
2. [sistema, procedimiento] complicated
3. [carácter] complex;
es un niño muy complicado he's a very complex child
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complicado
adj complicated
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complicado, -da adj
: complicated
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complicado adj complicated / complex

Spanish-English dictionary. 2013.

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