complicate in English

make (something) more difficult or confusing by causing it to be more complex.
middlemen can complicate the process
synonyms: make (more) difficultmake complicated mix up confuse muddle mess up screw up snarl up

Use "complicate" in a sentence

Below are sample sentences containing the word "complicate" from the English Dictionary. We can refer to these sentence patterns for sentences in case of finding sample sentences with the word "complicate", or refer to the context using the word "complicate" in the English Dictionary.

1. Other rules further complicate the position.

2. But other factors complicate the picture.

3. There is no need to complicate matters.

4. I hope I didn't complicate things.

5. This tends to complicate the tax issues.

6. But this will delay and complicate things.

7. These events will greatly complicate the situation.

8. Of course you don't, because you complicate things.

9. To complicate matters further, everybody's vitamin requirements vary.

10. Its use will complicate Army airspace command control.

11. I don't need a boyfriend - they just complicate your life.

12. 15 These events will greatly complicate the situation.

13. Re-melting and alloying further complicate the situation.

14. Information systems simultaneously simplify and complicate the problem.

15. Continuous advances in communication technologies further complicate this competitive environment.

16. Because they can complicate our life and lead us astray.

17. Complacence complacently complacency complicate completion Complacences compellation complected complaisant accomplice

18. You mustn't complicate the problem by raising new issues.

19. Confuscate (Verb) to confuse, confound, perplex; to complicate. How to pronounce Confuscate?

20. Strong tides and occasional windstorms further complicate ship movements near the shore.

21. Confuscate meaning Alternative form of Confusticate: to confuse, confound, perplex; to complicate.

22. I do not wish to complicate the task more than is necessary.

23. To complicate matters, what one considers a Cult is often a …

24. To complicate matters further, there will be no transport available till 8 o'clock.

25. Some antidepressants complicate recognition of OSA by exacerbating sleepiness(Sentence dictionary), Krystal said.

26. Confuscate meaning Alternative form of confusticate: to confuse, confound, perplex; to complicate.

27. To complicate matters further, the law on this issue has been changed.

28. The other options simply complicate the situation and could land him with more expense.

29. Corrupt police and racially motivated attacks against Indian students complicate a re-located Crook…

30. To complicate matters further, many of these shepherds were in agreement with their flocks.

31. The day's events, he said, would only complicate the task of the peacekeeping forces.

32. Inevitable political interest in local development will also continue to complicate matters.

33. But this was no time to complicate things by being sidetracked by Ian.

34. To complicate matters, however, light of different colors, or wavelengths, is refracted in different degrees.

35. A word of advice on Cellaring: There is no need to over-complicate the practice

36. Barotrauma can complicate mechanical ventilation, as it is associated with life-threatening conditions or even death.

37. It is largely this lag that initiates demographic transition but other factors undoubtedly complicate the picture.

38. To complicate matters further , differences exist as regards legal systems, trade customs and language.

39. It will only complicate the situation if we invite his old girlfriend as well.

40. 8 Agglutinates greatly complicate the business of extracting useful materials from mature lunar regolith.

41. This will further complicate the task of the police and further deter victims from reporting.

42. Judicial autonomy and assertiveness in USA complicate policy making and erode a state's policy capacity.

43. For example, unforeseen changes in temperature, humidity, air pressure, and wind-speed and direction can complicate matters.

44. This does not invalidate Freud's approach, but it does complicate matters more than he suggests.

45. Second, these new sources of instability complicate domestic stabilization policy and may make it less effective.

46. Those lacking good organization and tending to procrastinate complicate their lives with increased levels of tension and anxiety.

47. However, they need to have access to controlled, safe information so as not to complicate matters even more.

48. To complicate matters, these organizations adopted many of the trappings of the Scout organizations they supplanted.

49. Eating disorders are associated with complex comorbidities, high levels of mortality, and therapist Countertransferences that can complicate psychological treatments

50. Secondary infection by organisms such as Pasteurella multocida and Actinobacillus pleuropneumoniae may complicate enzootic pneumonia and require specific medication