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Synonyms for complex

Synonyms for complex

consisting of two or more interconnected parts

a usually large entity composed of interconnected parts


a center of organization, supply, or activity

an exaggerated concern


Synonyms for complex

a conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts


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a compound described in terms of the central atom to which other atoms are bound or coordinated

(psychoanalysis) a combination of emotions and impulses that have been rejected from awareness but still influence a person's behavior

a whole structure (as a building) made up of interconnected or related structures

complicated in structure


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The aim of this article is to demonstrate the use of this method during the individual production of a specific product with a small volume to produce a complexly shaped product
In the natural world, there are numerous ecosystems, and each species, including humans, plays a role in the complexly interconnected web of ecosystem life.
After complexly dominating the contest, Mohammed Hamad finally opened the scoring for Al Arouba before second half substitute striker Ibrahim Abdullah scored twice in seven minutes to seal a first win following last weekEoe1/4aos defeat by KuwaitEoe1/4aos Al Arabia.
Larry Silverstein, the private developer who is planning to build three office towers on the site, pointed out that two of those three buildings, World Trade Center Towers 2 and 3, have foundations that complexly interweave with the substructure for the WTC Transportation Hub.
2% ABV), a deeply golden and complexly flavoured ale which richly deserved its silver award in the Best Bitters category.
This complexly nuanced exploration of the shifting dynamics of power and perspective not only provides the book with its title, but also its major strength.
Scientists no longer believe that there are simple genetic or physiological switches or indicators that distinguish the rapist from the gentleman; biology almost always interacts complexly with social and familial environments.
That she does so realistically and complexly is a testament to the author's experience in dealing with the same issue and the many unexpected feelings that come into play.
Even his most vituperative attacks on right-wing demagoguery and hypocrisy are thoughtful, complexly reasoned and shaded with humane understanding.
We hope the articles provide you with practical ideas and inspire you to think broadly and complexly about students.
Even when lifted out of one's immediate locale, language complexly intersects other ways of living and relating to others.
I bring up Betty Friedan not to dumbly smack a feminist label on Pope's complexly human book, but because Friedan recently died and is therefore being busily revivified, and because she famously called the elusive feeling many of these poems approach "the problem that has no name.
Taylor set out on a solo in Up Too Late that summed up perfectly why he is so special: double-handed, complexly knotted constructions at the centre of the keyboard, harmonically and rhythmically free of clichA, maintaining an easily heard form to his improvisations even though the lines are long and winding.
Monstrosity, Morrison's gothic novel argues, can be qualitatively differentiated by the complexly layered cultural circumstances involving ideology and power, race and sexuality, definitions and definers, rather than the transhistorical abstractions that prejudice and privilege engender.