Definition of noncomplex in English:

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noncomplex

Pronunciation: /ˌnänkəmˈpleks/ /ˌnänˈkämpleks/

adjective

Easy to analyze or understand; simple: a single, noncomplex idea
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  • The government has to put in place a programme whereby all non-complex, non-strategic IT development projects are outsourced to local enterprises.
  • As the Agency increasingly dealt with a greater proportion of non-complex cases, having a longer lifespan, this target could not be met.
  • Copper is often a very cost-effective, non-complex way of taking care of the situation.

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Syllabification: non·com·plex

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