A term applied by Western Union Telegraph Company to teletypewriters that are not part of a multiplex system. They usually provided for alternate transmission in both directions. If working simplex or half-duplex, what was keyed in at the keyboard would be typed out at the printing portion. If working full-duplex, sending would be blind as the printing portion was being used only for reception.
[sim-pluh-si-den-teyt] /ˌsɪm plə sɪˈdɛn teɪt/ adjective 1. belonging or pertaining to the Simplicidentata, formerly regarded as a suborder or division of rodents having only one pair of upper incisor teeth. simplicidentate /ˌsɪmplɪsɪˈdɛnteɪt/ adjective 1. of, relating to, or belonging to the Simplicidentata, a former suborder including all the mammals now classified as rodents: used when […]
noun, plural simplicities. 1. the state, quality, or an instance of being simple. 2. freedom from complexity, intricacy, or division into parts: an organism of great simplicity. 3. absence of luxury, pretentiousness, ornament, etc.; plainness: a life of simplicity. 4. freedom from deceit or guile; sincerity; artlessness; naturalness: a simplicity of manner. 5. lack of […]
noun 1. Saint, died a.d. 483, pope 468–483.
verb (used with object), simplified, simplifying. 1. to make less complex or complicated; make plainer or easier: to simplify a problem. verb (transitive) -fies, -fying, -fied 1. to make less complicated, clearer, or easier 2. (maths) to reduce (an equation, fraction, etc) to a simpler form by cancellation of common factors, regrouping of terms in […]