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complicate (KAHM pli kayte") (verb), complicates; complicated; complicating
1. To make something more difficult or less simple to do: Mark woke up late, and to complicate matters further, his train did not arrive on schedule and so he couldn't get to work on time.
2. To cause a situation to become more dangerous or harder to treat: The doctor warned Carol that her illness would be complicated by the infection that had just developed.
To make things difficult or hard to achieve.
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complicated (adjective), more complicated, most complicated
Related to that which is hard to understand or to untangle; intricate and involved: The directions that Mike's friend provided for getting to his house were so complicated that his friends couldn't follow them and so they were completely lost.
Word Entries at Get Words: “complicated
To make something more difficult to achieve or to cause a condition to be harder to treat. (1)