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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Easy and not involved or complicated.
  2. Apart from anything else; without additions or modifications.
  3. Unornamented.
  4. Lacking mental capacity and subtlety.
  5. Of leaf shapes; of leaves having no divisions or subdivisions.
  6. Having few parts; not complex or complicated or involved.
  7. Exhibiting childlike simplicity and credulity.
(名) As a noun
  1. A person lacking intelligence or common sense.
  2. Any herbaceous plant having medicinal properties.
Hyphenationsim•ple
Part of Speech(形) adjective, (名) noun
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简单jiǎndānsimple; not complicated
普通pǔtōngcommon; ordinary; general; average
朴素pǔsù, púsù (Tw)plain and simple; unadorned; simple living; not frivolous
坦率tǎnshuàifrank (discussion); blunt; open
糊涂hútumuddled; silly; confused
绝对juéduìabsolute; unconditional
初级chūjíjunior; primary; entry level
zhuàngsimple; honest
浅白qiǎnbáisimple; easy to understand
浅近qiǎnjìnsimple
jiǎnsimple; uncomplicated; letter; to choose; to select; bamboo strips used for writing (old)
简略jiǎnlüèsimple; brief
素朴sùpǔsimple; unadorned; unsophisticated; naive
质朴zhìpǔsimple; plain; unadorned; unaffected; unsophisticated; rustic; earthy
单纯dānchúnsimple; pure; unsophisticated; merely; purely
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