In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(issue) confundirhis emotions obfuscated his judgment — lo ofuscaban sus sentimientos
- A top-notch lawyer is able to spin, twist, and obfuscate complicated issues in such a manner that the judge thinks he has an unbiased understanding of the issue.
- As we noted several months ago, orotund, abstract language can obfuscate accountability, truth-telling, and as we're now seeing most clearly, the simple facing of reality.
- The one talent that the sea hare has is to squirt obfuscating clouds of ink, which turn out, to be beautifully chemically tuned to predators' nervous systems.
- This is something that those who wish to obfuscate the origins of our current conflicts with extremists tend to gloss over or ignore.
- In fact, in my experience, the more palatable art tends to obfuscate truth to an even greater degree than art that reflects some of humanity's fallen state.
- No more hiding behind complicated accounting fantasy language, no more obfuscating the reality of what misdeeds were going down in the name of business at her company, she wanted the real, plain, unvarnished truth recounted.
- It is my earnest wish that this error on my part will not obfuscate the original intent of my essay: choose to fight the negativity.
- They are renowned in the industry for obfuscating their code to ensure that only they can maintain it.
- In fact, where he might have taken the opportunity to obfuscate his support for the war, and therefore distance himself from the most immediately unpopular episode of the Prime Minister's tenure, he has resolutely stated that he is for it.
- Until this deficiency is rectified, invoking craving merely further obfuscates an already confused area.
- To the degree that those words are used to obfuscate realities that are otherwise painful to utter, our monuments will be correspondingly fragile.
- Obscure academics will trundle out to obfuscate the finer points of constitutional and ecclesiastical propriety.
- When it comes to password integrity, the key is to obfuscate words as much as possible.
- Is it time to obfuscate obscurantism, so to speak, even to oneself?
- Yes, many of these dictators are nasty and evil but obfuscating the argument with comparative deflections doesn't alter the original argumentative premise.
- The mortal mind obfuscates the spiritual truth, which is the love of God.
- In a wonderful theatrical performance Jones succeeded in making an even bigger tool of himself by attempting to obfuscate the unobfuscatible.
- It may have made money from various off-the-books vehicles that obfuscated its true finances, but the company's legitimate means of making money was by betting on energy prices.
- I was able to grasp the thread of the plot, pick up on tension and menace that was obfuscated in the original cut.
- A technology that was designed to enhance our already communication-heavy lives now serves to obfuscate it.
2obfuscating(regulations) confuso(regulations) ininteligible
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