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Complexity in general usage is the opposite of simplicity. Complexity in specific usage is the opposite of independence, while complication is the opposite of simplicity.

Etymology

From French complexe, from Latin complexus, past participle of complectī (“to entwine, encircle, compass, infold”), from com- (“together”) and plectere (“to weave, braid”)

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