1 set of buildings
huge, large, vast
entertainment, holiday (BrE), leisure, shopping, sports
apartment (AmE), factory, hospital, housing, museum, office
industrial, military
2 mental/emotional problem
real, terrible
inferiority, superiority
castration, guilt, Oedipus, persecution
have, suffer from
develop, get

Don't nag him about his handwriting or he'll get a complex.

give sb
complex about

She has a complex about her big ears.

be, look, seem, sound
extremely, fairly, very, etc.
enormously, exceedingly, extraordinarily, highly, hugely, immensely, incredibly, infinitely

This is a highly complex matter.

especially, exceptionally, particularly

technically complex surgery

Complex is used with these nouns: ↑area, ↑arrangement, ↑array, ↑calculation, ↑carbohydrate, ↑chain, ↑character, ↑concept, ↑construction, ↑creature, ↑design, ↑detail, ↑device, ↑division, ↑emergency, ↑emotion, ↑equation, ↑explanation, ↑flavour, ↑form, ↑formula, ↑fraud, ↑hierarchy, ↑idea, ↑instruction, ↑interaction, ↑issue, ↑legislation, ↑litigation, ↑machinery, ↑manoeuvre, ↑matter, ↑maze, ↑mechanics, ↑mechanism, ↑melody, ↑mix, ↑mixture, ↑molecule, ↑narrative, ↑nature, ↑negotiation, ↑network, ↑number, ↑organism, ↑pattern, ↑personality, ↑phenomenon, ↑picture, ↑plot, ↑problem, ↑procedure, ↑process, ↑question, ↑reality, ↑relation, ↑relationship, ↑rhythm, ↑sentence, ↑sequence, ↑series, ↑set, ↑shape, ↑situation, ↑society, ↑story, ↑structure, ↑subject, ↑sugar, ↑system, ↑tangle, ↑task, ↑technology, ↑topic, ↑undertaking, ↑variation, ↑version, ↑web, ↑whole, ↑workings

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