complex

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  • Consisting of interconnected or interwoven parts; composite.
  • Composed of two or more units.
  • Difficult to understand for being intricate or involved; complicated.
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  • Consisting of at least one bound form. Used of a word.
  • Consisting of an independent clause and at least one other independent or dependent clause. Used of a sentence.
  • A whole composed of interconnected or interwoven parts.
  • A building or group of buildings used for a single purpose.
  • In psychology, a group of related, often repressed ideas and impulses that compel characteristic or habitual patterns of thought, feelings, and behavior. No longer in scientific use.
  • An exaggerated or obsessive concern or fear.
  • The combination of factors, symptoms, or signs of a disease or disorder that forms a syndrome.
  • Composed of interconnected parts; formed by a combination of simple things or elements; including two or more connected particulars; composite; not simple: as, a <em>complex</em> being; <em>complex</em> ideas; a <em>complex</em> term.
  • Involved; intricate; complicated; perplexing.
  • In the theory of numbers, any expression in the form <em>ai</em> + <internalXref urlencoded="bj">bj</internalXref> +, etc., where <em>a, b</em>, etc., are integers, and <em>i, j</em>, etc., are peculiar units.
  • To combine intricately; involve; mix up.
  • Anything consisting in or formed by the union of interconnected parts; especially, an assemblage of particulars related as parts of a system.
  • In <em>geometry</em>, a continuous, triply infinite system of infinite straight lines; the whole of any kind of forms in space fulfilling one condition: thus, all the lines that cut a given curve in space constitute a <em>complex.</em>
  • Composed of two or more parts; composite; not simple.
  • Involving many parts; complicated; intricate.
  • See <er>Fraction</er>.
  • in the theory of numbers, an expression of the form a + b√-1, when a and b are ordinary integers.
  • Assemblage of related things; collection; complication.
  • all the possible straight lines in space being considered, the entire system of lines which satisfy a single relation constitute a <ex>complex</ex>. The lines which satisfy two relations constitute a <ex>congruency</ex> of lines; as, the entire system of lines, each one of which meets two given surfaces, is a <ex>congruency</ex>.
  • Made up of multiple parts; <xref>intricate</xref> or <xref>detailed</xref>.
  • Not <xref>simple</xref> or <xref>straightforward</xref>.
  • Of a number, of the form a + bi, where a and b are <xref>real numbers</xref> and i is the <xref>square root</xref> of −1.
  • A <xref>curve</xref>, polygon or other figure that crosses or intersects itself.
  • A problem.
  • A <xref>collection</xref> of <xref>buildings</xref> with a common <xref>purpose</xref>, such as a <xref>university</xref> or <xref>military</xref> base.
  • A <xref>psychologically</xref> based dislike or fear of a particular thing.
  • A <xref>thunderstorm</xref> that forms when two storm fronts collide.
  • A structure consisting of a central <xref>atom</xref> or <xref>molecule</xref> weakly connected to surrounding atoms or molecules.
  • To form a complex with another substance
  • a conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts
  • a compound described in terms of the central atom to which other atoms are bound or coordinated
  • a whole structure (as a building) made up of interconnected or related structures
  • complicated in structure; consisting of interconnected parts
  • (psychoanalysis) a combination of emotions and impulses that have been rejected from awareness but still influence a person's behavior
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