A good way to simplify your morning routine is to organize your breakfast ingredients together on one shelf.
- An example of simplify is when you explain a tough math concept in really easy terms for a child to understand.
- An example of simplify is when you cut out a lot of the activities that were making you busy and stressed.
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simplify
transitive verb
-·fied·, -·fy·ingOrigin of simplify
French simplifier from Medieval Latin simplificare: see simple and -fy
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simplify
transitive verb
sim·pli·fied, sim·pli·fy·ing, sim·pli·fiesOrigin of simplify
French simplifier from Old French from Medieval Latin simplificāre Latin simplus simple ; see simple . Latin -ficāre -fyRelated Forms:
- sim′pli·fi·ca′tion
noun
- sim′pli·fi′er
noun
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(third-person singular simple present simplifies, present participle simplifying, simple past and past participle simplified)
- To make simpler, either by reducing in complexity, reducing to component parts, or making easier to understand.
- To become simpler.
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