Simple

  • 1simple — [ sɛ̃pl ] adj. et n. • déb. XII e; lat. simplex I ♦ (Personnes) 1 ♦ Qui agit selon ses sentiments, avec une honnêteté naturelle et une droiture spontanée. ⇒ 1. droit, 2. franc. Homme simple et bon. Une grande fille toute simple. « Un cœur simple… …

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  • 2simple — 1. (sin pl ) adj. 1°   Qui n est point composé. Dieu, l âme sont des êtres simples. Idées simples. Mouvements simples. •   Certains rayons de lumière firent apercevoir à M. de Turenne qu il n y avait qu une vérité simple et indivisible qui ne se… …

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  • 3Simple — Sim ple, a. [Compar. {Simpler}; superl. {Simplest}.] [F., fr. L. simplus, or simplex, gen. simplicis. The first part of the Latin words is probably akin to E. same, and the sense, one, one and the same; cf. L. semel once, singuli one to each,… …

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  • 4SiMPLE — (an acronym for SiMPLE Modular Programming Language Environment) is a programming development system that was created to provide easy programming capabilites for everybody, especially non professionals. History In 1995, Bob Bishop and Rich… …

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  • 5simple — (Del lat. simple, adv. de simplus). 1. adj. Sin composición. 2. Se dice de aquello que, pudiendo ser doble o estar duplicado, no lo es o no lo está. Simple muralla. 3. Sencillo, sin complicaciones ni dificultades. 4. Dicho de un traslado o de una …

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  • 6simple — sim·ple adj 1: oral or written but not under seal or of record 2: not extreme, aggravated, or complicated simple kidnapping 3: having no limitations or restrictions see also fee simple sim·ply adv …

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  • 7simple — adjetivo 1. Que es fácil de hacer: Dime un procedimiento simple para encender la calefacción. Sinónimo: sencillo. 2. Que no está muy recargado con adornos: La decoración es muy simple. Sinónimo: sencillo …

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  • 8Simple — may refer to:In technology: *SIMPLE, a presence and instant messaging protocol suite *SiMPLE, a programming language *The Simple algorithm, a numerical method for Computational fluid dynamicsIn other uses: *Simple (abstract algebra), an algebraic …

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  • 9simple — adj 1 *pure, absolute, sheer Analogous words: elemental, *elementary: *single, sole Antonyms: compound: complex 2 *easy, facile, light, effortless, smooth Analogous words: clear, plain, distinct, obvious, * …

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  • 10SIMPLE — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda En informáticas, SIMPLE (Session Initiation Protocol for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions) es un protocolo de mensajería instantánea. Como Jabber, y en oposición a la mayoría de los programas de… …

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  • 11SIMPLE — (Session Initiation Protocol for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions)  набор профилей и расширений стандарта SIP, предназначенных для систем мгновенной передачи сообщений (IM) и уведомления о присутствии (Presence). Как и… …

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  • 12simple — [sim′pəl] adj. simpler, simplest [OFr < L simplus < IE * sṃplos < bases * sem , one + * plo , fold: see DOUBLE] 1. having or consisting of only one part, feature, substance, etc.; not compounded or complex; single 2. having few parts or… …

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  • 13SIMPLE — SIMPLE, the Session Initiation Protocol for Instant Messaging and Presence Leveraging Extensions , is an instant messaging (IM) and presence protocol suite based on Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) managed by the IETF. [… …

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  • 14Simple Je — – Débranchée à Bercy Album par France Gall Sortie 29 octobre 1993 Enregistrement 1993, Paris Durée 55:32 Genre Chanson française …

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  • 15simple — [adj1] clear, understandable; easy child’s play*, cinch*, clean, easy as pie*, effortless, elementary, facile, incomplex, intelligible, light, lucid, manageable, mild, no problem*, no sweat*, not difficult, picnic*, piece of cake*, plain, quiet,… …

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  • 16Simple — Sim ple, n. [F. See {Simple}, a.] 1. Something not mixed or compounded. Compounded of many simples. Shak. [1913 Webster] 2. (Med.) A medicinal plant; so called because each vegetable was supposed to possess its particular virtue, and therefore to …

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