- v. Simple past tense and past participle of conceptualise.
“Producer Emmanuel Benbihy felt that the short was too 'conceptualised' to fit in with the rest of the picture.”
“Our perception is intrinsically conceptualised in many respects.”
“In sociology it is something that is called ‘field’, which Pierre Bourdieu conceptualised.”
“In Judaism, and in Islam, the human being is considered to be made in the image of God, and God is conceptualised as perfect.”
“Or as Bright puts it: "Although Turk conceptualised and authored the self-portrait, he did not actually 'take' the photograph himself.”
“Has become more racially conceptualised, as a superior, hyper-Aryan, cruel-eyed, kinkily-dressed Jeremy Irons:”
“Feminists themselves have conceptualised the nation as an extended family in which women are central, in order to argue for their political rights.”
“Alternatively, it can be conceptualised as an investigation of the relationship between Greek nationalism and feminism, refracted through the image of the female warrior.”
“Indeed, we often think of the state as masculine, while women are conceptualised as mothers of the nation, an image which places their reproductive capacities at the centre of their service to the nation.”
“Such initial shocks were normally conceptualised in terms of the well-known Balassa-Samuelson effects on relative prices.”
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