Definition of Complex
Complex
com·plex


Definition/Meaning
(adjective)
quality of something that consists of various and different parts;

e.g. Trees have a complex network of water channels by which they get water.

(adjective)
hard or difficult to solve or analyze;

e.g. This is a very complex math problem!

(noun)
a whole that is made up of many complicated and even interrelated parts;

e.g. The smart, self-driving car is made up of a complex of computers and devices that guide the car.

(noun)
a group of similar facilities in the same building or at the same site;

e.g. The shopping complex has a lat of designer stores.

(noun)
an exaggerated reaction to a subject or situation;

e.g. The hunt for a job is giving me a complex!




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  • the devil is in the detail



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