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JPByron commented on the word obfuscated
Means that the result has been obscured, hidden or made to be unapparent or not transparent. "The decision to accept the actual costs as equal to the forecast costs has obfuscated the increase in the costs."
June 13, 2009
senwick commented on the word obfuscated
Hidden or unseen.
November 5, 2008