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  1. complex

    • adj.
      consisting of many different and connected parts;not easy to analyze or understand; complicated or intricate
    • n.
      a group of similar buildings or facilities on the same site;a group or system of different things that are linked in a close or complicated way; a network
    • v.
      make (an atom or compound) form a complex with another
    • noun: complex, plural noun: complexes

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    • 1. make (an atom or compound) form a complex with another the DNA was complexed with the nuclear extract the complexed metal ion
    • n.
      (in Freudian theory) the complex of emotions aroused in a young child, typically around the age ...

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    • n.
      an infinite two-dimensional space representing the set of complex numbers, especially one in ...

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    • n.
      a large establishment (or group of establishments) that provides facilities for a wide range of ...

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    • adj.
      easy to analyse or understand; simple: a single, non-complex idea

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    • n.
      an irrational and obsessive feeling or fear that one is the object of collective hostility or ...

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    • n.
      (in Freudian theory) an unconscious anxiety arising during psychosexual development, ...

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    • n.
      each of two complex numbers having their real parts identical and their imaginary parts of ... replace each element of the matrix by its complex conjugate

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    • n.
      an obsession with the idea of having done wrong: they have a guilt complex when it comes to alcohol

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    • adj.
      consisting of many different and connected parts: a complex network of water channels
    • n.
      a group or system of different things that are linked in a close or complicated way; a network: a complex of mountain roads
    • v.
      make (an atom or compound) form a complex with another: the DNA was complexed with the nuclear extract

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