(n.) = complex ; nexus. Ex: The planned library will be part of a complex including a civic hall, information lobby, exhibition rooms and a restaurant. Ex: The future OPAC is likely to be one building block in a larger nexus of information structures. ---- * complejo bibliotecario = library complex. * complejo comercial = shopping complex. * complejo de pisos = condominium complex. * complejo deportivo = sports complex. * complejo de viviendas subvencionadas = housing project. * complejo industial = industrial estate ; industrial park. * complejo industrial = industrial complex. * complejo recreativo = leisure complex. * complejo recreativo-cultural = leisure-recreation-cultural complex. * complejo recreativo y social = leisure centre. * complejo residencial = housing development ; housing estate ; housing complex ; residential complex. * complejo social = community complex. * complejo vitamínico = vitamin complex. (n.) = complex. Nota: Desorden sicológico. Ex: The Hapa was a community of people with complexes, be they egoistic or inferiority ones. ---- * complejo de Edipo, el = Oedipus conflict, the ; Oedipus complex, the. * complejo de inferioridad = inferiority complex. * complejo de superioridad = superiority complex. (adj.) = complex ; intricate ; knotted. Ex: Profiles will usually need to be more complex with free language searching as greater provision for the entry of documents under synonyms and related terms is necessary. Ex: The terminology, much of it being either newly coined or adapted to suit the purpose at hand, is sometimes rather intricate. Ex: Its intricately knotted narrative begins in 1900 with the sequence of events leading to Oscar Wilde's deathbed conversion. ---- * demasiado complejo = overcomplex. * hacerse más complejo = grow in + complexity ; gain in + complexity. * más complejo de lo que parece = more than meets the eye.