In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(situation/subject) complicardon't complicate the issue! — ¡no compliques las cosas!
- There are a number of factors which complicate choices about smallpox either for governments or for individuals.
- Other factors can also complicate the interpretation of estimates of percentage change.
- Further complicating matters are factors such as range-wide variability in habitat conditions that can affect survival.
- The assessment of quality of life in adolescents with asthma was complicated by several factors.
- Today the situation is complicated by the fact that there's just so much out there.
- Local factors complicated identities and made remoteness from the centre an unreliable guide to political complexion.
- He needs a friend, not a girlfriend who will just complicate what's really important.
- Additionally, the ability to detect this signature at a genomic level in the human lineage is complicated by other factors.
- Sometimes I feel we try to complicate what's actually very simple.
- Trends in the number of patients colonised on admission may also complicate interpretation of outcomes.
- One of the factors complicating the adjustment of the Hmong people has been English language acquisition.
- There are wide-ranging social and economic factors which complicate things.
- The constant shift in mental posture greatly complicates things for the average soldier.
- As I can see it, there are two factors that start to complicate the game, somewhat affecting its gameplay.
- Proper land ownership documentation is another matter that is complicating the struggle.
- Any potential sale has been complicated by the presence of bats, a protected species.
- Why should my job be unnecessarily complicated by students with problems I can't solve?
- The first factor complicating the fight against doping, he said, is the imperfect art of testing.
- The relationship is complicated by the presence of heterochromatin.
- Expecting your sons to exchange properties is unnecessarily complicating the issue.
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