Translation for 'obscure' from English to Bulgarian
ADJ   obscure | more obscure | most obscure
VERB   to obscure | obscured | obscured
obscuring | obscures
SYNO apart | dark | hidden | ...
obscure {adj} [incomprehensible, unclear] неразбираем [мъгляв, неясен]
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Usage Examples English
  • Mountains join water, vast and obscure.
  • The actual origins of the diocese are obscure. Some name Bassianus as the first bishop, others name Julianus, whose time of service is equally obscure.
  • It is based on the obscure concept of psychotronics, which gained some prominence in the 1970s due to Cold War paranoia over mind control.
  • Campillo was of very obscure origin.
  • Primers are not used as part of a wood stain treatment because they obscure the wood grain.

  • His Latin prose is obscure and often corrupt, making it difficult to decipher his meaning.
  • "Eritettix obscurus", known generally as the obscure grasshopper or obscure slant-faced grasshopper, is a species of slant-faced grasshopper in the family Acrididae. It is found in North America.
  • "Tetrix arenosa", known generally as the obscure pygmy grasshopper or obscure grouse locust, is a species of pygmy grasshopper in the family Tetrigidae. It is found in North America.
  • The derivation of the word is obscure. It may be derived from "vassi ad valvas" (at the folding-doors, valvae), i.e.
  • There are two very obscure oblique darker streaks from the costa at one-third and the middle.

  • The forewings are dark purplish fuscous, on the median area with obscure dark brownish transverse incomplete stride and with a slightly oblique dark brown streak from the middle of the dorsum reaching half across the wing, edged anteriorly with some obscure whitish irroration.
  • The forewings are brownish fuscous, with an obscure discal stigma and two obscure ochreous blotches, one on the costa at the apical one-fourth and the other on the tornus.
  • The wings are dark brown, the forewings have four obscure darker brown spots, two of which are on the fold, the first one being the most obscure, one on the disc, and one at the end of the cell.
  • The first line is very obscure or absent, margined by dark posteriorly.
  • The work of De Bosschere was marked by a persistent spiritual seeking in his life he developed a fascination with the occult, the spiritual, the obscure and the sexual.

  • The obscure mealybug more closely resembles the grape mealybug than it does the vine mealybug, but the two can be distinguished by the color of the defensive fluid they secrete when disturbed; grape mealybugs secrete reddish-orange fluid, while obscure mealybugs secrete clear fluid.
  • The etymology of [...] is obscure. Tucker, without explanation, gives *"qogh-sleǐ-os" (*"kwogh-sley-os?"), and relates it to "cohum", an obscure word for "yoke".
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Contains translations by TU Chemnitz and Mr Honey's Business Dictionary (German-English only).
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