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simple /ˈsɪmpəl/ adjective (comparative simpler, superlative simplest)

اسان ، بسیط ، بی تکلف ، ساده دل ، خام ، ناازموده ، نادان ، ساده کردن ، روانشناسی: ساده ، بازرگانی: ساده
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[TahlilGaran] Persian Dictionary

- easy, clear, intelligible, lucid, plain, straightforward, uncomplicated, understandable, uninvolved
- plain, classic, natural, unembellished, unfussy
- pure, elementary, unalloyed, uncombined, unmixed
- artless, childlike, guileless, ingenuous, innocent, naive, natural, sincere, unaffected, unsophisticated
- honest, bald, basic, direct, frank, naked, plain, sincere, stark
- humble, homely, modest, unpretentious
- feeble-minded, foolish, half-witted, moronic, slow, stupid
Antonyms: elaborate, wise, complex, complicated
Contrasted words: able, competent, alert, clever, keen, bright, intelligent, understanding
Related Idioms: simple as ABC
Related Words: childish, childlike, amateur, green, unexperienced, trusting, square, inexperienced, inexpert, credulous, gullible, naive, ignorant, illiterate, uneducated, unschooled, untaught, crass, dense, dopey, dull, dumb, slow, stupid, doting, feebleminded, idiotic, retarded, simpleminded, inelaborate, stark, bald, bare, mere, fundamental, uncompounded, incomplex, incomplicate
English Thesaurus: easy, simple, straightforward, user-friendly, undemanding, ...

[TahlilGaran] English Synonym Dictionary

simple S1 W1 /ˈsɪmpəl/ adjective (comparative simpler, superlative simplest)
[Word Family: noun: simplicity, simplification, simpleton; adverb: simply, simplistically; adjective: simple, simplistic; verb: simplify]
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French; Origin: 'plain, uncomplicated', from Latin simplus, from sim- 'one' + -plus 'multiplied by']

1. EASY not difficult or complicated to do or understand:
a simple but effective solution to the problem
There is no simple answer to this question.
I’m sure there’s a perfectly simple explanation.
simple to use/make/operate etc
Modern cameras are very simple to use.
relatively/fairly/quite etc simple
There are relatively simple exercises to build strength.
We want to keep the costumes as simple as possible.
We can’t pay people any more money until the company is more profitable. I’m afraid it’s as simple as that.

2. PLAIN made in a plain style, without a lot of decoration or unnecessary things added:
She dressed with simple elegance.
simple but delicious food
a building constructed in a simple classic style

3. ONLY [usually before noun] used to emphasize that only one thing is involved:
Completing the race is not just a simple matter of physical fitness.
The simple fact is, he’s not very good at his job.
Their motive was greed, pure and simple.

4. NOT HAVING MANY PARTS made or built of only a few parts, and not having a complicated structure:
It’s a very simple machine.
They evolved from simple life forms that existed millions of years ago.

5. ORDINARY honest and ordinary and not special in any way:
Joe was just a simple farmer.

6. GRAMMAR technical simple tenses are not formed with an auxiliary such as ‘have’ or ‘be’

7. the simple life life without too many possessions or modern machines, usually in the countryside

8. STUPID [not before noun] someone who is simple is not very intelligent:
I’m afraid Luke’s a bit simple.

[TahlilGaran] Dictionary of Contemporary English

VERBS appear, be, look, prove, seem, sound | keep sth, make sth The golden rule when creating your design is: keep it simple. Is all this technology making our lives simpler?
find sth I found the work fairly simple.
ADV. extremely, quite, very Don't worry?it's all quite simple.
fairly, pretty, rather, relatively | deceptively a deceptively simple technique

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary


very/extremely/incredibly simple
I came up with a very simple answer to this problem.
relatively/fairly/quite simple
The rules are quite simple.
deceptively simple (=seeming simple, but in fact complicated or difficult)
It’s a deceptively simple idea, but it’s very difficult to put into practice.
perfectly simple
Well? It’s a perfectly simple question.
simple to use/make/operate etc
The machine is very simple to use.
simple but effective
Any child’s behaviour can be improved by this simple but effective technique.
keep something simple
Keep your explanation as simple as possible.

[TahlilGaran] Collocations Dictionary

See: pure and simple

[TahlilGaran] English Idioms Dictionary

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