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simple

  

      adj  
1    not involved or complicated; easy to understand or do  
a simple problem     
2    plain; unadorned  
a simple dress     
3    consisting of one element or part only; not combined or complex  
a simple mechanism     
4    unaffected or unpretentious  
although he became famous, he remained a simple and well-liked man     
5    not guileful; sincere; frank  
her simple explanation was readily accepted     
6    of humble condition or rank  
the peasant was of simple birth     
7    weak in intelligence; feeble-minded  
8    prenominal   without additions or modifications; mere  
the witness told the simple truth     
9    prenomina   ordinary or straightforward  
a simple case of mumps     
10      (Chem)   (of a substance or material) consisting of only one chemical compound rather than a mixture of compounds  
11      (Maths)  
a    (of a fraction) containing only integers  
b    (of an equation) containing variables to the first power only; linear  
c    (of a root of an equation) occurring only once; not multiple  
12      (Biology)   not divided into parts  
a simple leaf, a simple eye     
13      (Music)   relating to or denoting a time where the number of beats per bar may be two, three, or four  
      n  
Archaic  
14    a simpleton; fool  
15    a plant, esp. a herbaceous plant, having medicinal properties  
     (C13: via Old French from Latin simplex plain)  
  simpleness      n  


fee simple  
      n     (Property law)   an absolute interest in land over which the holder has complete freedom of disposition during his life  
   Compare       fee tail  
     (C15: from Anglo-French: fee (or fief) simple)  
simple fraction  
      n   a fraction in which the numerator and denominator are both integers expressed as a ratio rather than a decimal,   (Also called)    common fraction, vulgar fraction  
simple fracture  
      n   a fracture in which the broken bone does not pierce the skin,   (Also called)    closed fracture      Compare       compound fracture  
simple fruit  
      n   a fruit, such as a grape or cherry, that is formed from only one ovary  
simple harmonic motion  
      n   a form of periodic motion of a particle, etc., in which the acceleration is always directed towards some equilibrium point and is proportional to the displacement from this point,   (Abbrev.)    SHM  
simple-hearted  
      adj   free from deceit; open; frank; sincere  
simple interest  
      n   interest calculated or paid on the principal alone  
   Compare       compound interest  
simple machine  
      n   a simple device for altering the magnitude or direction of a force. The six basic types are the lever, wheel and axle, pulley, screw, wedge, and inclined plane  
simple microscope  
      n   a microscope having a single lens; magnifying glass  
   Compare       compound microscope  
simple-minded  
      adj  
1    stupid; foolish; feeble-minded  
2    unsophisticated; artless  
  simple-mindedly      adv  
  simple-mindedness      n  
simple sentence  
      n   a sentence consisting of a single main clause  
   Compare       compound sentence       complex sentence  
Simple Simon  
      n   a foolish man or boy; simpleton  
     (C20: after the name of a character in a nursery rhyme)  
simple tense  
      n     (Grammar)   a tense of verbs, in English and other languages, not involving the use of an auxiliary verb in addition to the main verb, as for example the past He drowned as opposed to the future He will drown  
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A simple, undefined reply when an ignorant comment or action is made. Source:

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