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complex noun

1 set of buildings

ADJ. huge, large, vast | conference, entertainment, factory, holiday, hospital, housing, industrial, leisure, museum, office, shopping, sports

VERB + COMPLEX build

2 mental/emotional problem

ADJ. real, terrible | inferiority, superiority | castration, guilt, Oedipus, persecution

VERB + COMPLEX have, suffer from | develop, get Don't keep on at him about his handwriting or he'll get a complex. | give sb

PREP. ~ about She has a complex about her big ears.