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- (transitive) To rid of complexity; to simplify.
2007, Scott Veitch, Law and the Politics of Reconciliation, page 49:
- Though much of what I have to say emphasises the risky and vulnerable forward-looking nature of this enterprise, its reflexivity and refusal to decomplexify, this is not to say that it is incompatible with law.
2011, Dmitry Orlov, Reinventing Collapse: The Soviet Experience and American Prospects, page 184:
- There are no non-destructive ways to decomplexify complex systems, and the legal framework is one such system.