Noun(1) an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances(2) the act of becoming pregnant; fertilization of an ovum by a spermatozoon(3) the event that occurred at the beginning of something(4) the creation of something in the mind
(1) They had no conception of the depth of trauma suffered.(2) the time between a product's conception and its launch(3) This Government believes in making the most of New Zealanders' new ideas by encouraging and supporting them from conception through development to commercialisation.(4) An idea may depend upon another idea for its conception , and a body likewise on another body.(5) The idiot potter who made it had no conception of the true power of words and what they can do.(6) Most of these children had no conception of art, and little previous experience of being creative.(7) he had no conception of politics(8) Some of the excitement over my lab's conception of automatically designed robots was the idea that we made a transition from the virtual world back to the real.(9) To argue against it is to, in essence, argue against any form of birth control, because birth control is preventing conception , which is what EC is doing.(10) The Queen Anne's Act was a brilliant and amazingly durable piece of lawmaking, requiring a sophisticated conception of what constitutes creative work or product of the mind.(11) To get to this, we will take a quick detour through a Hegelian conception of language.(12) The new software allows the user to complete the entire Web animation process, from conception to the final product.(13) From conception of the business idea to being up and running, how long did it take Anita to go from being in the red to being in the in the black?(14) It's only going to stop conception happening and conception can be prevented numerous other ways so it's not going to do anything to prevent sexual abuse.(15) The long and pronounced struggle of patriarchy against a feminist conception of society is clearly apparent in the debates over the female office clerk.(16) This deeply pained my friends, not because they particularly loved America, but because the activists had no conception of Iraq's suffering under the dictator.
(1) artistic conception :: kunstnerisk undfangelse
1. inception of pregnancy ::
starten af graviditeten
2. inception ::
3. plan ::
4. idea ::
5. understanding ::
6. creation ::
8. concept ::
Different Formsconception, conceptional, conceptions
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