uncomplicated

adjective un·com·pli·cat·ed \ ˌən-ˈkäm-plə-ˌkā-təd \
Updated on: 21 Nov 2017

Definition of uncomplicated

1 : not complex : simple
  • uncomplicated machinery
2 a : not complicated by something outside itself
b : not involving medical complications
  • an uncomplicated peptic ulcer

Examples of uncomplicated in a Sentence

  1. The plot was uncomplicated and easy to follow.

  2. He's an uncomplicated, straightforward person.

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First Known Use of uncomplicated

1704


UNCOMPLICATED Defined for English Language Learners

uncomplicated

adjective

Definition of uncomplicated for English Language Learners

  • : easy to understand, do, or use : not complicated


Medical Dictionary

uncomplicated

adjective un·com·pli·cat·ed \ ˌən-ˈkäm-plə-ˌkāt-əd \

medical Definition of uncomplicated

: not involving or marked by complications
  • uncomplicated peptic ulcer
  • the clinical course is usually benign and uncomplicated
  • —M. A. Baumann et al

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