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    Would it be incorrect to say that the text is comprehensive since it's well-sructured, understandable in terms of the use of plain words?

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    Re: comprehensive

    Quote Originally Posted by ostap77 View Post
    Would it be incorrect to say that the text is comprehensive since it's well-sructured, understandable in terms of the use of plain words?
    The fact that's it understandable would make it "comprehensible". That would also be helped by its being well-structured.

    "Comprehensive" means that it covers all relevant points and contains a wealth of information.

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