Meaning of COMPLEXITY in English

COMPLEXITY

noun

ADJECTIVE

▪ considerable , enormous , extraordinary , extreme , great , immense

▪ full , sheer

Only now did he understand the full ~ of the problem.

▪ growing , increasing

▪ bewildering

▪ unnecessary

▪ added

▪ biological , economic , linguistic , structural , technical

The critics failed to understand the structural complexities of the novel's language.

▪ emotional , psychological

… OF COMPLEXITY

▪ degree , level

VERB + COMPLEXITY

▪ convey , demonstrate , illustrate , reflect , reveal , show

It is difficult to convey the sheer ~ of the situation.

▪ emphasize , highlight , underscore ( AmE )

The video emphasizes the ~ of this debate.

▪ capture

The author has managed to capture the ~ of this man.

▪ create

These programs create additional complexities to the pricing system.

▪ appreciate , grasp , recognize , understand

▪ underestimate

▪ explore

a love story which explores the complexities of emotional infidelity

▪ explain

▪ address , handle

▪ increase , reduce

COMPLEXITY + VERB

▪ arise (from sth)

PREPOSITION

▪ of … ~

a pay system of unnecessary ~

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