complication
I noun aggravation, bafflement, barrier, complexity, complexness, complexus, complicated state, confusion, development, difficulty, dilemma, entanglement, hindrance, imbroglio, impediment, implicatio, incomprehensibility, inextricability, inscrutability, intricacy, intrigue, involution, involved state, involvement, labyrinth, obscurity, obstacle, obstruction, perplexity, predicament, puzzle, quandary, sinuosity, stumbling block, unforeseen circumstance II index aggravation (annoyance), complex (entanglement), confusion (ambiguity), embroilment, entanglement (confusion), hindrance, imbroglio, involution, predicament, problem, quagmire, snarl

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  • complication — [ kɔ̃plikasjɔ̃ ] n. f. • 1377; bas lat. complicatio, de complicare → compliquer 1 ♦ Caractère de ce qui est compliqué. La complication d un mécanisme. ⇒ complexité. L inutile complication de ce logiciel. ⇒ difficulté. La situation est d une… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • Complication — may refer to: Complication (medicine), an infrequent and unfavorable evolution of a disease, a health condition or a medical treatment Complication (horology), a special feature in a mechanical clock Complication , a track from The Fragile by… …   Wikipedia

  • complication — COMPLICATION. s. fém. Assemblage, concours de choses de différente nature. Il ne se dit qu en parlant De crimes, de maladies, de malheurs. Cet homme a commis plusieurs vols et plusieurs homicides, il y a complication de crimes. Ce malade a la… …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • Complication — Com pli*ca tion, n. [L. compliasion: cf. F. complication.] 1. The act or process of complicating; the state of being complicated; intricate or confused relation of parts; entanglement; complexity. [1913 Webster] A complication of diseases.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • complication — early 15c., from M.Fr. complication, from L. complicationem (nom. complicatio), noun of action from pp. stem of complicare to fold together, from com together (see COM (Cf. com )) + plicare to fold, weave (see PLY (Cf. ply) (v.)). Meaning …   Etymology dictionary

  • complication — Complication. s. f. v. Meslange de maladies ou de crimes de differente nature. Complication de maladies, de crimes …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • complication — [n] difficult situation aggravation, complexity, confusion, development, difficulty, dilemma, drawback, embarrassment, entanglement, factor, intricacy, obstacle, problem, snag, web; concepts 230,674 Ant. ease, peace, simplicity …   New thesaurus

  • complication — ► NOUN 1) a circumstance that complicates something; a difficulty. 2) an involved or confused state. 3) Medicine a secondary disease or condition aggravating an already existing one …   English terms dictionary

  • complication — [käm΄pli kā′shən] n. 1. the act of complicating, or making involved 2. a complicated condition or structure; complex, involved, or confused relationship of parts 3. a complicating factor or occurrence as in the plot of a story or in the unfolding …   English World dictionary

  • complication — noun 1 problem ADJECTIVE ▪ major ▪ added, additional, further ▪ undue, unnecessary ▪ political …   Collocations dictionary

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