to make something difficult to discover and understand
to be confined to somewhere/sth
to exist only in a particular area or group of people
to limit an activity, person, or problem in some way. EX: Let's confine our discussion to the matter in question, please!
(pl) complicated details
(uncount) the quality of having a lot of complicated small parts or details: EX: the intricacy of the needlework
to move or cause something to move around in a circle
the ability to perform a difficult action quickly and skilfully with the hands, or the ability to think quickly and effectively. EX: He answered the journalists' questions with all the dexterity of a politician.
to criticize something or someone strongly
absolutely confusing, difficult to understand
to instill sth in sb
to gradually make sb feel, think, behave in a particular way (внушать, вселять)
connected but less important (второстепенный, косвенный); C. damage
to phase sth out
to remove or stop using something gradually or in stages
to intervene in sth
to intentionally become involved in order to modify or determine events or their outcome (intervention)
to be en’amored of sth
(form) liking sth a lot
to reap the benefit, reward, etc
to get something good as a result of your own actions: EX: She studied every evening and reaped the benefit at exam time.