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Translation of "simple" - English-Spanish dictionary

simple

adjective   /ˈsɪm·pl/
A2 not difficult to do or to understand sencillo It’s very simple to use.
B1 not complicated simple, sencillo a simple life a simple dress (= without decoration)
used to describe the one important fact, truth, etc. sencillo, único We didn’t go swimming for the simple reason that the water was too cold.
(Definition of simple from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

simple

adjective /ˈsimpl/
not difficult; easy sencillo, fácil, simple a simple task.
not complicated or involved sencillo, fácil, simple The matter is not as simple as you think.
not fancy or unusual; plain simple, sencillo a simple dress/design He leads a very simple life.
pure; mere puro, mero the simple truth.
trusting and easily cheated ingenuo, cándido She is too simple to see through his lies.
weak in the mind; not very intelligent simple, tonto I’m afraid he’s a bit simple, but he’s good with animals.
simpleton /-tən/ noun
a foolish person. inocentón, simplón
simplicity /simˈplisəti/ noun
the state of being simple sencillez The beauty of this idea is its simplicity He answered with a child’s simplicity.
simplification noun
the process of making simpler simplificación Any simplification of the process can only be a good thing.
something made simpler; a simpler form simplificación The Americans have made some simplifications in English spelling.
simplified adjective
made less difficult or complicated simplificado simplified language/tasks.
simplify /-plifai/ verb
to make simpler simplificar Can you simplify your language a little?
simplistic /simˈplistik/ adjective
(disapproving) treating something as if it is less difficult or complicated that it really is Simplista I think this is a rather simplistic approach to such a complex issue.
simplistically /simˈplistikli/ adverb
Simplisticamente
simply adverb
only simplemente I do it simply for the money.
absolutely absolutamente, simplemente Alison’s wedding dress is simply beautiful.
in a simple manner con sencillez She was always very simply dressed.
simple-minded adjective
of low intelligence; stupid. simple
simple-mindedness noun
estupidez
(Definition of simple from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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