In botany, a plant with compoundleaves has an array of small, symmetrically-arranged leaflets on each stem, while a plant with simple leaves has one leaf per stem.
In economy see Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR).
In music a compound interval is an interval which exceeds or is wider than one octave, contrasted with a simple interval which lies within one octave.
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