Traducción de complication en Español:

complication

complicación, n.

Pronunciación /ˌkɑmpləˈkeɪʃ(ə)n//kɒmplɪˈkeɪʃ(ə)n/

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    complicación femenino
    to cause complications causar complicaciones / dificultades
    • complications set in surgieron complicaciones
    • The process has also been stalled by complications over the ownership of ESB assets.
    • This complication is circumvented by using the matrix approach described earlier to obtain a first crude estimate of the price of the equivalent nonconvertible bond.
    • But the site carries a number of complications that could slow down progress.
    • Due to some complications we could not catch the connecting flight that day.
    • Three projects keep you energised, as deadlines have to be met and complications sorted out.
    • I left bemused, bewildered and even more interested in a region of complexities and complications.
    • It was as simple as it looked and the complications of the previous 74 minutes had suddenly evaporated.
    • Without proper cover, difficulties become disasters and complications become crises.
    • But that would be to forget the other complications of government and electoral boundaries.
    • He says, however, that the questions about whether the supreme court is going to be a complication are difficult to answer because it's too soon.
    • Deidre's been having a few complications at work which have been greatly stressing her out.
    • While the route is clearer for fund members, the range of complications facing scheme administrators is vast.
    • A further complication would be the question of the ownership of the intellectual property.
    • Even after Northern Rock managed to sort out the problem, there were still further complications.
    • It was a happy complication but a complication nonetheless.
    • From this arise the complications that do not strengthen democracy, but weaken it in the long term.
    • Sometimes you need reading matter from a universe without emotional complications.
    • The problem is that these very complications are all too neat and not too plausible.
    • Unfortunately, translating a lab success to a person is fraught with complications.
    • Another complication is that current computer capabilities present a difficulty between users and the music software developers.