complexadjective

  • ja複雑な、複合の、込み入った
  • ennot easy to analyze or understand; complicated or intricate

Examples

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I'll just— Let me try this one.
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Oh, gosh. Oh, gosh.
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This is a lot harder than I expected it to be.
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Yeah, this is very complex.
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I guess we have to travel back to the time before we first traveled back to the set.
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- And then we can— - Whoa, whoa, whoa.
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That's way too complex.
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All of this is 1 little girl's bedroom.
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Every moment.
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It's infinitely complex.
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Oh, my God.
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How is this possible?
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Cyptography systems are based on mathematical problems so complex,
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they cannot be solved without a key.
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Yeah, yeah, that's what you said when you built that stupid thing.
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Maybe Doc-Tar was a little bit complex.
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This entire process is known as mining.
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But instead of chipping away at rock,
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you’re solving complex puzzles.
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These math problems circulate that just seem really nonsensical,
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which is really frustrating if you have a kid who has this simple problem
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that looks like it’s being made way too complex for no reason.
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You're unpredictable, complex, and hard to read.
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The drawing produces a feeling of map shock.
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It's too complex.