complexo

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Galician[edit]

Adjective[edit]

complexo m (feminine complexa, masculine plural complexos, feminine plural complexas)

  1. complex

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present active complexō, present infinitive complexāre, perfect active complexāvī, supine complexātum

  1. I encompass
  2. I embrace

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Portuguese[edit]

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From Latin complexus (embraced; surrounded), from complector (I encircle).

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Adjective[edit]

complexo m (feminine complexa, plural complexos, feminine plural complexas; comparable)

  1. complex; intricate (having a great deal of fine detail or complexity)
  2. complex; complicated (not simple or straightforward)
  3. (mathematics) complex (of a number, involving the square root of -1)
  4. (grammar, of a clause’s subject or object) compound (composed of elements)

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Noun[edit]

complexo m (plural complexos)

  1. compound (group of buildings situated close together)
  2. (psychology) complex (mental factors unconsciously associated with a subject)

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Verb[edit]

complexo

  1. First-person singular (eu) present indicative of complexar