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Meanings of Conceptuality:

noun

The faculty of forming concepts; the quality or condition of being conceptual.

Conceptualization

kənˌsep.tʃu.ə.laɪˈzeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Conceptualization:

noun

The action or process of forming a concept or idea of something.

Usage examples:

Our experience is beyond any conceptualization

Conceptualizations

ˌriː.kən.sep.tʃu.ə.laɪˈzeɪ.ʃən

Meanings of Conceptualizations:

noun

The action or process of forming a concept or idea of something.

Usage examples:

Our experience is beyond any conceptualization

Conceptualized

kənˈsep.tʃu.ə.laɪz

Meanings of Conceptualized:

verb

Form a concept or idea of (something).

Usage examples:

Sex was conceptualized as an overpowering force in the individual

Conceptualizes

kənˈsep.tʃu.ə.laɪz

Meanings of Conceptualizes:

verb

Form a concept or idea of (something).

Usage examples:

Sex was conceptualized as an overpowering force in the individual

Conceptually

kənˈsep.tʃu.ə.li

Meanings of Conceptually:

adverb

In terms of a concept or abstract idea.

Usage examples:

Conceptually, this is a complex process

Conceptus

kənˈsɛptəs

Meanings of Conceptus:

noun

The embryo in the uterus, especially during the early stages of pregnancy.

Usage examples:

In the pregnant cow, the conceptus (embryo and associated membranes) must inhibit the release of ut…

Concern

kənˈsɜːn

Meanings of Concern:

verb

Relate to; be about.

Usage examples:

The story concerns a friend of mine
noun

Anxiety; worry.

Usage examples:

Carole gazed at her with concern

Meanings of Concern-oneself:

verb

To trouble someone with feelings of anxiety; worry

Usage examples:

The loss didn’t bother him, but his team’s confidence concerns him., this is an issue that should c…
noun

A business or company

Usage examples:

Two of the country's largest steel concerns are considering cuts in production., concern about/over…

Meanings of Concernancy:

noun

Interest, concern.

Concerned

kənˈsəːn

Meanings of Concerned:

adjective

Worried, troubled, or anxious.

Usage examples:

The villagers are concerned about burglaries
verb

Relate to; be about.

Usage examples:

The story concerns a friend of mine

Concernedly

kənˈsɜː.nɪd.li

Meanings of Concernedly:

adverb

In a way that shows you are worried

Usage examples:

"are you sure you're all right?" she asked concernedly.

Concerning

kənˈsəːn

Meanings of Concerning:

preposition

On the subject of or in connection with; about.

Usage examples:

We are given little information concerning matters of national security
adjective

Causing anxiety; worrying.

Usage examples:

I find many of the comments very concerning
verb

Relate to; be about.

Usage examples:

The story concerns a friend of mine

Meanings of Concerningly:

adverb

In a manner that concerns or involves concern; (now) especially so as to cause concern, worryingly.

Meanings of Concernment:

noun

Importance.

Usage examples:

Matters of great public concernment

Concerns

kənˈsɜːn

Meanings of Concerns:

verb

Relate to; be about.

Usage examples:

The story concerns a friend of mine
noun

Anxiety; worry.

Usage examples:

Carole gazed at her with concern

Meanings of Concert:

noun

A musical performance given in public, typically by several performers or of several compositions.

Usage examples:

A pop concert
verb

Arrange (something) by mutual agreement or coordination.

Usage examples:

They started meeting regularly to concert their parliamentary tactics

Concert-hall

ˈkɒn.sət ˌhɔːl

Meanings of Concert-hall:

noun

A large building in which concerts are performed

Concertante

ˌkɒntʃəˈtanteɪ

Meanings of Concertante:

adjective

Denoting a piece of music containing one or more solo parts, typically of less prominence than in a concerto.

Usage examples:

He wrote several concertante works

Meanings of Concertation:

noun

Working or acting in concert, cooperation.

Concerted

kənˈsɜː.tɪd

Meanings of Concerted:

adjective

Jointly arranged or carried out; coordinated.

Usage examples:

A concerted attempt to preserve religious unity
verb

Arrange (something) by mutual agreement or coordination.

Usage examples:

They started meeting regularly to concert their parliamentary tactics

Concertgoer

ˈkɒn.sətˌɡəʊ.ər

Meanings of Concertgoer:

noun

A person who goes to concerts, especially on a regular basis.

Usage examples:

Concertgoers waiting for the evening's performance to begin

Meanings of Concertgoers:

noun

A person who often goes to concerts

Concerti

kənˈtʃəːtəʊ

Meanings of Concerti:

noun

A musical composition for a solo instrument or instruments accompanied by an orchestra, especially one conceived on a relatively large scale.

Usage examples:

I had been rather unimpressed by this composer's piano concertos but his solo piano music is clearl…

Plural of concerto

Concertina

ˌkɒn.səˈtiː.nə

Meanings of Concertina:

noun

A small musical instrument played by stretching and squeezing a central bellows between the hands to blow air over reeds, each note being sounded by a button.

Usage examples:

All varieties of accordion (including the concertina and the bandoneon) have been made in both doub…
verb

Extend, compress, or collapse in folds like those of a concertina.

Usage examples:

The car had concertinaed against the rear of the truck

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