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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of obfuscate

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of obfuscate:

Derived Form of obfuscate

third person: obfuscates
past: obfuscated
past participle: obfuscated
present participle: obfuscating
make obscure or unclear
Type ofalter, change, modify,
See alsoobfuscation,

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  1. they want to obfuscate a situation, they want to obfuscate
  2. Critics have since said he was used in a way to obfuscate the pervasive racism in America
  3. Obfuscate the boundary between clear thinking and and
  4. or we succumb to insecurity and prefer to obfuscate the truth.
  5. of my favorites is obfuscate.
  6. that first syllable, obfuscate.
  7. And what it means to obfuscate something
  8. an issue, they want to obfuscate a policy,
  9. and some people try to obfuscate certain issues.
  10. but obfuscate your communications.
  11. powers create a giant winter wind to obfuscate their vision so it's much
  12. Some are not used and some are hard to see because of the various tricks and lighting we did to obfuscate them. Oh
  13. again, they're very-- they obfuscate everything they do.
  14. that can obfuscate the sun sign.
  15. Wanna obfuscate the true stakes and premise of the story by purposely hiding information from your audience?
  16. or at least suppress or obfuscate the scent.
  17. always obfuscate and just make shit up Schrodinger's cat etc and even if it did
  18. were instructed to obfuscate or lie to Congress
  19. do now because the whole job of an insurance company is to obfuscate and complicate everything
  20. facts very good. A lawyer! There you go. Obfuscate. I had a hard time getting that one out but