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concept meaning

[ 'kɔnsept ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "concept""concept" in a sentence
MeaningMobile
  • Noun: concept  kónsept
    1. An abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances
      - conception, construct

    Derived forms: concepts

    See also: conceive, conceptual

    Type of: idea, thought

    Encyclopedia: Concept


  • [Business]
    AmE / noun [C]

    BUSINESS ENTITY CONCEPT, CONSISTENCY CONCEPT, HIGH-CONCEPT, MARKETING CONCEPT, PRODUCTION CONCEPT, SALES CONCEPT, SELLING CONCEPT

    1

    an idea for a new product or to help sell a product:

    He has experience in bringing high-tech equipment from concept to market.

    a new concept in corporate hospitality

    2

    an idea or principle that is connected with sth:

    a course to teach key business concepts

    the concept that speed is more important than perfection

    The concept of the open-plan office had not yet become popular.


  • [Medicine]
    n
    1 : something conceived in the mind
    2 : an abstract or generic idea generalized from particular instances
Examples
  • A small baby has no concept of right and wrong.
  • My original concept was proving correct.
  • The concept of a matrix arises in application.
  • New concepts are continually brought forth.
  • Do not confuse the concepts of the two words.
  • The concept leads to many questions.
  • The simplest concept is the "immersion" gust.
  • That the earth is flat is an erroneous concept.
  • A concept may be represented by many symbols.
  • The moment of inertia is not a simple concept.
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