complex / adjective, verb kəmˈplɛks, ˈkɒm plɛks; noun ˈkɒm plɛks /


complex4 个定义

adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. composed of many interconnected parts; compound; composite: a complex highway system.
  2. characterized by a very complicated or involved arrangement of parts, units, etc.: complex machinery.
  3. so complicated or intricate as to be hard to understand or deal with: a complex problem.
n. 名词 noun
  1. an intricate or complicated association or assemblage of related things, parts, units, etc.: the entire complex of our educational system; an apartment complex.
  2. Psychology. a system of interrelated, emotion-charged ideas, feelings, memories, and impulses that is usually repressed and that gives rise to abnormal or pathological behavior.
  3. a fixed idea; an obsessive notion.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. Chemistry. to form a complex with.
v. 无主动词 verb
  1. Chemistry. to form a complex.

complex 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective

involved, intricate

adj. 形容词 adjective

difficult to understand

n. 名词 noun

composite, aggregate

n. 名词 noun

psychological problem


  1. This issue of underutilized existing housing is complex and there’s not much hard data, so it’s a natural fit for us to work on bringing clarity and new ideas to this conversation.
  2. The most complex global and societal issues can be broken down into smaller solvable tech challenges.
  3. Throughout the game Mono navigates disturbing environments — like drab apartment complexes or a hospital overrun with sentient mannequins — each filled with furniture two sizes too large.
  4. “It’s not just proteins, it’s a complex, emotional product,” says Aleph chief executive Didier Toubia.
  5. Per the agreement, organizations are limited to 75 players and 75 staff at their complexes, and are encouraged to spread them out as much as possible.
  6. It was a complex task they were asked to do, and every cultural and experiential advantage would be required.
  7. However, their presence shows that Mars could have a more complex and evolving chemical story.
  8. KSM enters the complex through a “Sally Port,” a series of gates designed to allow just one vehicle in at a time.
  9. We are a huge, complex, diverse country still offering freedom, opportunity and hope.
  10. If Congress struggles to keep the lights on, how could it deal with issues as complex as police brutality?
  11. The act of the Covenanting Society is complex, and is the aggregate of the actings of all who compose it.
  12. He knows when a sentiment is simple and when it is complex, when the heart is a dupe of the mind and when of the senses.
  13. The solution of the problem, if complex in all clinical affections, is especially so in epilepsy.
  14. Bud did not say anything; your efficient chauffeur reserves his eloquence for something more complex than a dead engine.
  15. It is the most complex of all, as the lines contain internal rimes.