
Definition of Simplify
1. Verb. Make simpler or easier or reduce in complexity or extent. "This move will simplify our lives"
Specialized synonyms: Reduce, Oversimplify
Antonyms: Complicate
Derivative terms: Simplification, Simplification, Simplification
Definition of Simplify
1. v. t. To make simple; to make less complex; to make clear by giving the explanation for; to show an easier or shorter process for doing or making.
Definition of Simplify
1. Verb. (transitive) To make simpler, either by reducing in complexity, reducing to component parts, or making easier to understand. ¹
2. Verb. To become simpler. ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Simplify
1. to make simple [v FIED, FYING, FIES]  See also: simple
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Literary usage of Simplify
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Elementary algebra by James Hamblin Smith (1872)
"simplify a + a£ + 62 (a + a6 + 62 j^j • 13. Multiply together (l + j\ (l' + ...
simplify c , and shew that it is equal , ЧЙ4 ЧЙ + 46 ^ ^ • ? ..."
2. Index of Colonial and State Laws Between the Years 1663 and 1877 Inclusive by John Hood (1877)
"To simplify the pleadings and practice in the and abolishing trials by wager of
law 19 ses. 2 sit., Statutes, 1010 1857. To simplify the pleadings and ..."
3. A College Algebra by George Albert Wentworth (1889)
"simplify (aV^) = (v/3)4 = 3 v/3 ; s = ( v^ls)2 = 4 v/2 ; 7. Find the square root
of x4» + 6 x2»y» +11 x2»y2» + 6 x~y2» + y*«. т4™ + 6 xS«»y» 2xs™ + ..."
4. Algebra: An Elementary Text Book for the Higher Classes of Secondary Schools by George Chrystal (1886)
"Find the difference between them. (3.) simplify— 2» 2(2*)2' (4. ... simplify—
Ujl y ,xm IX { — Jm) \ 3* (14.) Prove that— (15. ..."
5. Algebra: An Elementary Textbook, for the Higher Classes of Secondary by George Chrystal (1904)
"Find the difference between them. (3.) simplify— 2 2 (4. ... simplify— (7.)
simplify— (8.) simplify— (9.) simplify— (10.) simplify— (11.) simplify— (12. ..."
6. The Law of Electric Wires in Streets and Highways by Edward Quinton Keasbey (1900)
"This principle, if recognized, will simplify the discussion, bat the distinction
must be considered in reading the cases.— If this be the true theory of the ..."