uncomplicated / (ʌnˈkɒmplɪˌkeɪtɪd) /


uncomplicated 的定义

adj. 形容词 adjective
  1. not complicated; simple

uncomplicated 近义词

adj. 形容词 adjective



  1. Many anti-fog technologies were developed in the six years since then, but my heart still belongs to these goggles, mostly thanks to their uncomplicated design.
  2. QAnon guidance offers self-reliance on information systems and gives an uncomplicated sense of order and optimism.
  3. In January, Rooney experienced an uncomplicated reaction to another round of the NFL’s futility at solving an ingrained blemish.
  4. The Basecamp X is simple to unpack inside, uncomplicated to run off-grid, and easy to tow.
  5. Thimmesch says her chickpeas are “for those nights where you just feel horrible and you want to make something for yourself that’s easy and fast and uncomplicated, but warm and brothy and wakes up your tastebuds a bit.”
  6. It reminds us that history rarely gives us uncomplicated heroes or black-and-white moral choices.
  7. Here I could live in a way I could never afford to at home, from uncluttered surroundings to uncomplicated relationships.
  8. The death camps and the Bomb had cast a sickening glow on what had once seemed like a morally uncomplicated war.
  9. Though this term literally means “playing the trumpet,” colloquially it refers to uncomplicated sex.
  10. They remind us what uncomplicated strength of character looks like.
  11. It is only the big uncomplicated oafs that don't mind being managed by their women.
  12. There were moments when she longed to be as Gertrude, a woman with one innocent, uncomplicated aim.
  13. The convict's thoughts for two years had been circling with uncomplicated directness about one focus.
  14. But for once now, he was her master: she felt she had to bow to his simplicity and his uncomplicated strength, his brute virility.
  15. And your man of achievement is pretty apt to be an uncomplicated human.