complicatedness

complicated

[kom-pli-key-tid]
adjective
1.
composed of elaborately interconnected parts; complex: complicated apparatus for measuring brain functions.
2.
difficult to analyze, understand, explain, etc.: a complicated problem.

Origin:
1640–50; complicate + -ed2

complicatedly, adverb
complicatedness, noun
uncomplicated, adjective


2. involved, tangled, knotty.
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complicated (ˈkɒmplɪˌkeɪtɪd)
 
adj
made up of intricate parts or aspects that are difficult to understand or analyse
 
'complicatedly
 
adv
 
'complicatedness
 
n

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complicated
1640s, "tangled," from pp. adj. of complicate. Fig. meaning "not easy to solve, intricate, confused, difficult to unravel" is from 1650s.
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