complex

Type: Term Pronunciation: kom′pleks Definitions: 1. An organized constellation of feelings, thoughts, perceptions, and memories that may be in part unconscious and may strongly influence associations and attitudes. 2. In jungian psychology, a personification of an archetype from the collective unconscious, residing in the personal unconscious
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Complex

Having multifaceted aroma and flavor; a hallmark of greatness.
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Complex

Seeming to possess many layers of flavor, for which time is needed to examine and characterize all of them.
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complex

[adj] - complicated in structure 2. [n] - a compound described in terms of the central atom to which other atoms are bound or coordinated 3. [n] - (psychoanalysis) a combination of emotions and impulses that have been rejected from awareness but still influence a person`s behavior 4. [n] - a conceptual whole made up of complicate
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complex

A molecular entity formed by loose association involving two or more component molecular entities (ionic or uncharged), or the corresponding chemical species. The bonding between the components is normally weaker than in a covalent bond. The term has also been used with a variety of shades of meaning in different contexts: it is therefore best avoi
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Complex

Made up of various interconnecting parts.
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Complex

Com'plex (kŏm'plĕks) adjective [ Latin complexus , past participle of complecti to entwine around, comprise; com- + plectere to twist, akin to plicare to fold. See Plait , noun ] 1. Composed of two or more parts;
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Complex

Com'plex noun [ Latin complexus ] Assemblage of related things; collection; complication. « This parable of the wedding supper comprehends in it the whole complex of all the blessings and privileges exhibited by the gospel. South. » Complex of lines (Geom.)
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complex

Complicated, not simple. ... Origin: L. Complexus = woven together, encompassing ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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complex

adjective complicated in structure; consisting of interconnected parts; `a complex set of variations based on a simple folk melody`; `a complex mass of diverse laws and customs`
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complex

composite noun a conceptual whole made up of complicated and related parts; `the complex of shopping malls, houses, and roads created a new town`
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complex

noun (psychoanalysis) a combination of emotions and impulses that have been rejected from awareness but still influence a person`s behavior
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complex

coordination compound noun a compound described in terms of the central atom to which other atoms are bound or coordinated
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complex

(komĀ“pleks) the sum, combination, or collection of various things or related factors, like or unlike, such as a complex of symptoms. See also syndrome. sequence (def. 2). a group of interrelated ideas, mainly unconscious, that have a common emotional tone and strongly influence a person's att...
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Complex

• (n.) Assemblage of related things; collection; complication. • (n.) Composed of two or more parts; composite; not simple; as, a complex being; a complex idea. • (n.) Involving many parts; complicated; intricate.
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complex

(from the article `Jung, Carl`) ...were caused by emotionally charged clusters of associations withheld from consciousness because of their disagreeable, immoral (to them), and ...
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complex

in chemistry, a substance, either an ion or an electrically neutral molecule, formed by the union of simpler substances (as compounds or ions) and ... [3 related articles]
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complex

(L. complexus woven together, encompassing) complicated, not simple.
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Complex

(Lat. complecti, to entwine around, comprise) 1. Anything that possesses distinguishable parts, or the property of possessing distinguishable parts. 2. Anything that possesses distinguishable parts which are related in such a way as to give unity to the whole; or the property of having parts so related. -- A.C.B.
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complex

In psychology, a group of ideas and feelings that have become repressed because they are distasteful to the person in whose mind they arose, but are still active in the depths of the person's unconscious mind, continuing to affect his or her life and actions, even though he or she is no longer fully aware of their existence. Typical examples in...
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complex

a composite consisting of related parts, but also meaning complicated. A building complex is a compound consisting various rooms. This word is not commonly used in marine biology where the synonym 'system' is more in vogue.
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Complex

Two or more individual incidents located in the same general area which are assigned to a single incident commander or unified command.
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complex

(timing) The ability to subdivide, syncopate, and execute elaborate, irregular, and layered timings.
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complex

One of the most subjective descriptive terms used, a complex wine is a wine that the taster never gets bored with and finds interesting to drink. Complex wines tend to have a variety of subtle scents and flavors that hold one's interest in the wine.
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Complex

Describes a wine that has many different aspects or dimensions to it in terms of flavors, aromas and color.
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