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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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