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classical having to do with the complex music of the European tradition that is neither folk nor popular music. [1/2 definitions]
complexity the state or condition of being complex or complicated.
complex sentence a sentence made of a main or independent clause and one or more dependent or subordinate clauses. An example of a complex sentence is, "I went to the theater, which was very crowded with people."
intricate having many complex parts, angles, or aspects; involved; elaborate.
involved complicated because made up of many different connected parts or steps; intricate; complex.
jazz a form of music with strong, complex rhythms that started with African Americans in the late 1800s. Jazz musicians often add notes or make up parts as they play.
knotty difficult to understand; complex. [1/2 definitions]
pavilion one of a group of buildings that form a complex such as of a hospital or school. [1/2 definitions]
simplify to make plainer, easier, or less complex.