What is the opposite of complex?

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Adjective
Opposite of difficult to analyze or understand
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“The math problem was straightforward and Will Hunting's genius was not required to solve it.”
Adjective
Opposite of made up of multiple and connected parts
“Vinegar is a homogeneous solution because it is a completely uniform solution composed of water and acetic acid.”
Adjective
Opposite of having a (confusingly) complicated structure or system
Adjective
Opposite of made up of a complex mix of elements
“Stevie Ray Vaughan was my sole inspiration to play the guitar.”
Adjective
Opposite of detailed and complicated in design and planning, involving many carefully arranged elements
“My poached asparagus and ricotta looked rather minimalistic on the white porcelain plate when it arrived.”
Adjective
Opposite of involving the use of exaggerated or flowery writing or language
Adjective
Opposite of having many sides
Adjective
Opposite of elaborately or highly decorated
Adjective
Opposite of being advanced in development
“This is a primitive device that lacks the features of its modern predecessors.”
Adjective
Opposite of intellectually deep
Shallow conversations are generally built upon gossip and other trivia.”
Adjective
Opposite of hard to control or deal with
Adjective
Opposite of of delicate or intricate workmanship or structure
“Her culinary style was rather coarse and rustic, which was the way her grandmother taught her to cook.”
Noun
Opposite of an assemblage or collection of related things
“To unpack his psychological state, separation of his memories delineating crucial moments from his life would be necessary.”
Noun
Opposite of a psychological dislike or fear
“He was always in the gym because he had a fetish for having big muscles.”
Noun
Opposite of a psychological, irrational or obsessive fear of (something)
Noun
Opposite of a compulsive or irrational preoccupation
Noun
Opposite of a thing that is complete in itself
“Each individual constituent contributes in its own way the to the coherent whole.”
Noun
Opposite of a phobia, usually irrational or obsessive
“Dian Fossey was a primatologist who found comfort among the brutish yet majestic gorillas.”
Noun
Opposite of the creation or forming of
“Plans call for the demolition of the racetrack and grandstand to provide the necessary space for expansion.”
Noun
Opposite of any scheme or set of rules used to classify, explain, or calculate
Noun
Opposite of a building or other structure
“A few silver coins, bearing the names and titles of the independent sovereigns of Bengal, have been occasionally found among a ruin of Gour.”
Noun
Opposite of the power to fascinate someone
Noun
Opposite of the whole of something
Noun
Opposite of a mental disorder, less severe than psychosis, marked by anxiety or fear
Verb
Opposite of to make something more complex
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