Translation of intricacy in Spanish:

intricacy

lo intrincado, n.

Pronunciation /ˈɪntrəkəsi//ˈɪntrɪkəsi/

noun

  • 1

    (of pattern, embroidery)
    lo intrincado
    complejidad feminine
    • There is a complete lack of imagination and intricacy.
    • But I had not understood the full complexity and intricacy of the interpretive process.
    • These networks obstruct accountability as much by their flux as by their intricacy.
    • The finished product has inspired moments, but is overlong with songs falling over themselves due to their intricacy.
    • The learning curve on the complexity and intricacy of each task is sufficiently well judged to be both addictive and achievable.
    • Yet, each track shows new layers of complexity and intricacy and opens up new grounds.
    • Its most remarkable achievement is the development of the mind that explores and appreciates now the beauty and intricacy of the cosmos.
    • The intricacy was intended to be funny, and succeeded.
    • The delicate intricacy of the leaves provided inspiration for motifs in decoration, appearing on tiles and wrought iron, china, glass and linen.
    • The intricacy of this fight cannot be over emphasised as it permeates all levels of society and does not restrict itself to the urban or the metropolitan areas.
    • That is precisely the kind of intricacy that they're trying to hash out now.
    • It is a pity that a book that has such detail is unable to overcome the obstacles of intricacy without leaving the reader stuck in the quagmire of literary and historical obscurity.
    • Complementing the lyrics, xylophone-like bells add a level of intricacy and mysticism.
    • Lyrically, it's is not hugely involving, but I find that the complexity and intricacy of the music itself more than makes up for this.
    • The intricacy, the precision, the creativity, the hand-skills required, are what I love.
    • And I loved the whole, you know, intricacy of that dysfunctional family.
    • The artistry and craftsmanship displayed, particularly in the later pieces, was stunning in its beauty and intricacy.
    • Intuition tells us that complexity and intricacy should almost never evolve the same way more than once.
    • The intricacy of the art lies as much in its dyeing as in the design.
    • Then comes the shock of the vibrancy and intricacy of the interior.
  • 2intricacies plural

    (complexities)
    complejidades feminine
    • Soon the hobby turned into passion as the intricacies of the subject unfolded with experience.
    • Unfortunately, you lose some of the intricacies of communication that way.
    • Ask the simplest of questions and he takes you on a rollercoaster ride through the detail and intricacies of his troubled mind.
    • You can start briefing him on any intricacies and idiosyncrasies that they have.
    • He is most anxious to meet and discuss the intricacies involved in this union.
    • We just love watching other people's lives and the little intricacies that make us all different.
    • How can one person comprehend the intricacies of copyright law and legislative change?
    • He also goes into incredible detail about the intricacies of infantry training.
    • Orchestrating a tenants' battle with him through the courts, she became immersed in the intricacies of housing law.
    • The more you get into the intricacies of it, you see how sophisticated it often is and how formidable it is.
    • Troubled lives of friends and their families drew her into delving more and more into the intricacies of the human mind.
    • He proceeds to explain the technical intricacies of making a timepiece when you innocuously ask him what the time is.
    • He is particularly interested in detail and the intricacies of policy.
    • You notice minute details and are fascinated by the intricacies of the world around you.
    • Somebody must have forgotten to explain to them the intricacies of quota preferential voting in the Senate.
    • In terms of imagery I am really attracted to the intricacies of weaving.
    • Sure, I have an idea of the long game, but the intricacies still escape me.
    • Absorbed in the intricacies of artful expression, the young participants seem immune to the heat.
    • The technical intricacies of the internet are blurring the lines which divide technology and design.
    • The book has an absorbingly detailed description of the intricacies of this market.