Translation of intricacy in Spanish:

intricacy

Pronunciation: /ˈɪntrɪkəsi/

n

  • 1.1 u (of pattern, embroidery) lo intrincado, complejidad (f)
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    • 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 learning curve on the complexity and intricacy of each task is sufficiently well judged to be both addictive and achievable.
    • But I had not understood the full complexity and intricacy of the interpretive process.
    1.2
    (intricacies pl)
    (complexities) complejidades (fpl)
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    • Soon the hobby turned into passion as the intricacies of the subject unfolded with experience.
    • The book has an absorbingly detailed description of the intricacies of this market.
    • He is particularly interested in detail and the intricacies of policy.

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