noaniq, qorong'i, zulmatdagi, tushunib bo'lmaydiganqorong'ilashtirmoq
Verb(1) make less visible or unclear(2) make unclear, indistinct, or blurred(3) make obscure or unclear(4) reduce a vowel to a neutral one, such as a schwa(5) make undecipherable or imperceptible by obscuring or concealing
Adjective(1) not clearly expressed or understood(2) marked by difficulty of style or expression(3) difficult to find(4) not famous or acclaimed(5) not drawing attention(6) remote and separate physically or socially
(1) To reach a younger demographic, Jensen and his ilk are eschewing mainstream acts and building brand identity with cutting-edge, forgotten, and obscure music.(2) Oblique culinary references and obscure terms go against the grain of the present climate in the culinary world.(3) In doing so, it reflects the manner in which Kafka himself has gradually become indistinguishable from the obscure fascination at the heart of his writings.(4) These neighbourhood joints are often obscure , and the upstairs tenants are likely to keep these little secrets to themselves for fear that if Gus in the lobby gets discovered, there will be a lineup.(5) A set of trimmer figures and new tattoos show a band that's been sharpened by extended tours of an obscure but adoring and importantly, swelling international circuit.(6) But the option is there, and it is clear that ministers, from the Prime Minister down - though Mr Jones's position is still obscure - still genuinely think this is a possibility.(7) First, he argued, in data aggregated at the state level, large districts may overshadow or obscure smaller districts.(8) So much the better if you have a cache of slightly obscure references that you can dispense, especially if these bear only tangential relationship to what you are discussing.(9) Suddenly, I do not see a happy-go-lucky seventeen year old looking back at me, but an unknown man with an obscure past that I know nothing about.(10) He has a way of giving to some obscure magical belief or religious custom a sort of gripping immediacy.(11) Keep the meaning obscure , and you keep the mystery intact.(12) With that in mind, which of the following obscure , graduate-level references does Mead not use in the article?(13) It tends to obscure the problem rather than highlight it, because we do not try and suggest that a company becomes a trustee for the creditors upon the winding-up.(14) Pondering the wisdom of basing a key joke on an obscure music reference that most people won't understand, I wander back downstairs to the lounge.(15) Much is made of Timbaland's undoubted skill as a producer, in fact so much is made of it that he seems to overshadow and obscure the artists he works with these days.(16) Like a Byzantine chant, an obscure collection of religious doctrines - brands - stands poised to take over employee larynges and employee minds.
1. unclear ::
2. abstruse ::
3. little known ::
4. indistinct ::
5. hidden ::
6. vague ::
7. unnoticeable ::
8. unsung ::
9. dark ::
10. apart ::
11. hide ::
12. confuse ::
13. overcloud ::
14. blur ::
15. fog ::
1. clear ::
2. obvious ::
3. plain ::
4. unambiguous ::
5. unequivocal ::
Different Formsobscure, obscured, obscurely, obscures, obscuring
Word Example from TV Shows
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His sins don't erase that purity,
they only OBSCURE it.
Game of Thrones Season 6, Episode 6
and OBSCURE knowledge, science.
The Big Bang Theory Season 7, Episode 3
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