Simplify



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 the same variable, etc

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  • Simplism

    noun 1. exaggerated simplicity, as in concentrating on a single aspect or factor of a problem or situation while disregarding others; oversimplification: The senator is given to simplism in dealing with international issues. 2. an act or instance of oversimplifying: to offer simplisms instead of analyses.

  • Simplistic

    adjective 1. characterized by extreme simplism; oversimplified: a simplistic notion of good and bad. adjective 1. characterized by extreme simplicity; naive 2. oversimplifying complex problems; making unrealistically simple judgments or analyses



  • Simplistically

    adjective 1. characterized by extreme simplism; oversimplified: a simplistic notion of good and bad. adjective 1. characterized by extreme simplicity; naive 2. oversimplifying complex problems; making unrealistically simple judgments or analyses

  • Simplon

    noun 1. a mountain pass in S Switzerland, in the Lepontine Alps: crossed by a carriage road constructed 1800–06 on Napoleon’s orders. 6592 feet (2010 meters) high. 2. a tunnel between Switzerland and Italy, NE of the Simplon Pass: longest tunnel in the world. 12¼ miles (20 km) long.



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