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How do you say in English, when one describes the matter in a more complicated manner than it is?
For instance, one has two options, A and B; and either of them has to be accepted. One wants to say the same matter in either of the following two ways:
Incorrectly failing to reject A.
Incorrectly accepting A.
Both 1) and 2) are equivalent statements, but in 1) the person is speaking in a complicated way.
In other words, what a situation/way is called when it is being described in a complicated manner, instead of simple one.
I hope, you understand what I want to ask.