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.
Simplify is to make something less complicated or less cluttered.
transitive verb-·fied·, -·fy·ing
to make simpler, less complex, etc.; make easier
Origin of simplifyFrench simplifier from Medieval Latin simplificare: see simple and -fy
transitive verbsim·pli·fied, sim·pli·fy·ing, sim·pli·fies
To make simple or simpler, as:
a. To reduce in complexity or extent.
b. To reduce to fundamental parts.
c. To make easier to understand.
Origin of simplifyFrench simplifier from Old French from Medieval Latin simplificāre Latin simplus simple ; see simple . Latin -ficāre -fy