I would like to ask you a couple of questions about the below passage. It is an explanation for the word, complex from the Oxford Advanced English Learner's Dictionary.
complex - a group of buildings of a similar type together in one place
[Q1] Is a group of buildings of a similar type in one place together also correct? I think this feels more natural. (Only the order of together in one place is changed into in one place together.)
[Q2] To make this expression a complete sentence, is the Sentence A correct?
Sentence A. The word complex means a group of buildings of a similar type together in one place.
I feel like there is something omitted in between "a similar type" and "together in one place". So, I think that are placed/located is needed to be used there to be a complete sentence, as in the below. Is this idea alright?
Sentence B. The word complex means a group of buildings of a similar type that are placed/located together in one place.
Thank you very much.