simplification

[ US /ˌsɪmpɫəfɪˈkeɪʃən/ ]
[ UK /sˌɪmplɪfɪkˈe‍ɪʃən/ ]
NOUN
  1. elimination of superfluous details
  2. an explanation that omits superfluous details and reduces complexity
  3. the act of reducing complexity
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How To Use simplification In A Sentence

  • The notion of addicts as passive victims of their addiction is a gross simplification. Times, Sunday Times
  • He has been a wily politician and he knows that the land issue is an over-simplification.
  • A certain level of simplification was probably necessary.
  • There is a climate of simplification, of elimination, of utter freedom and even unconcern, which forms one of the fundamental features of the entire Vedic experience.
  • The problem with a dramatisation based on real events is that a degree of simplification in unavoidable.
  • The problem of oversimplification and improper selection of DC model, which exists in the DC modeling when AC and DC systems interact in AC/DC hybrid power system, is discussed.
  • The density of narrative is remarkable considering the Hollywood trend toward simplification.
  • For me, the simplification of the situation, by either side, is more dangerous than any other form of explosive.
  • It allows one to put out misleading simplifications as long as the caveats, ifs and buts are buried somewhere in the detailed material.
  • Suggesting that insurers simply boost premiums for people in 'grittier' areas is an oversimplification. Times, Sunday Times
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