obfuscate \OB-fuh-skayt\, transitive verb:
- To darken or render indistinct or dim.
- To make obscure or difficult to understand or make sense of.
- To confuse or bewilder.
Obfuscate comes from Late Latin obfuscatus, past participle of obfuscare, "to darken," from Latin ob- + fuscare, "to darken," from fuscus, "dark." The noun form is obfuscation.
- when someone drinks milk very quickly on the day of the expiration date
Person b: Oh, I gave it an expiration chug, so it wouldn't go bad.
Person a: Good thinking!