*simplify* 的定义

sim·pli·fied, sim·pli·fy·ing.

- to make less complex or complicated; make plainer or easier: to simplify a problem.

*simplify* 近义词

make easy, intelligible

*simplify* 的近义词 **37** 个

- clarify
- cut down
- facilitate
- reduce
- shorten
- streamline
- abridge
- analyze
- chasten
- decipher
- disentangle
- disinvolve
- elucidate
- explain
- interpret
- order
- unscramble
- boil down
- break down
- break it down
- clean it up
- clean up
- clear up
- cut the frills
- draw a picture
- get down to basics
- get to the meat
- hit the high spots
- lay out
- let daylight in
- let sunlight in
- make clear
- make perfectly clear
- make plain
- put in a nutshell
- put one straight
- spell out

*simplify* 的反义词 **8** 个

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