|Origin:||simplifier, from Medieval Latin simplificare, from Latin simplus; SIMPLE|
sim‧pli‧fy past tense and past participle simplified, present participle simplifying, third person singular simplifies [transitive]
an attempt to simplify the tax system
The law needs to be simplified.
a simplified version of the game
—simplification noun [uncountable and countable]➔ oversimplify
These figures are a simplification. The real situation is much more complicated than this.