- n. The process of forming a conceptual form of phenomenon; the act of conceptualizing
- n. The concept so formed; something conceptualized
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. the act of formulating or making a concept of something.
- n. an elaborated concept.
- n. inventing or contriving an idea or explanation and formulating it mentally
- n. an elaborated concept
“The exact conceptualization is not relevant, given I am not promoting anyone else's exact conceptualization, now am I?”
“Such fury against what resists and exceeds conceptualization is for Schelling the paradigm of "evil" as a "positive" or angrily active presence in the world.”
“But it must be recognized that this is a Venezuelan conceptualization of socialism, a Latin American conceptualization, responding to all the deprivations that are characteristic of the region.”
“Aspiration, however, is not a kind of conceptualization or inculcation; rather, it is a resolution, struggle and hardship.”
“For results that are similar to these (although with a different conceptualization of evangelical congregations), see Joseph Yi, God and Karate on the South Side: Bridging Differences, Building American Communities (Lanham, MD: Lexington, 2009).”
“Those with no appreciation of conceptualization, design, analysis, production requirements, marketing, logistics - will continue to behave and buy like the sort of numb consumers most other corporations prefer.”
“This is one of the reasons behind Chuck Palahnuik's conceptualization of Project Mayhem.”
“NKS is certainly crucial to the very conceptualization of Wolfram | Alpha.”
“Bradford: I'm not surprised that your conceptualization of "what might" is based on your faith that an investigative approach will yield results you hope for.”
“I'm not surprised that your conceptualization of "what might" is based on your faith that an investigative approach will yield results you hope for.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘conceptualization’.
A list of English words containing seven syllables, beginning, somewhat ironically, with inapplicability, since a fair number of these words one would never use.
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inapplicability, unsatisfactorily, heterogeneity, disintermediation, antiglobalization, telecommunication, interdisciplinary, meteorological, socioeconomic, intelligibility, autobiographical, industrialization and 423 more...
A list of words that are odd or words that I have looked up.
compartmentalisation, compartmentalization, counterrevolution..., counterrevolutionary, electroencephalogram, electroencephalog..., electroencephalog..., electroencephalog..., electroencephalog..., electroencephalog..., institutionalisation, institutionalization and 634 more...
transdifferentiation, parthenogenetically, monocotyledonous, sesquicentennial, quasiperiodically, invariability, indestructibility, catazonasulculate, pseudo-etymology, paraetymology, triskaidekaphobia, epidemiology and 197 more...
Hopefully, I'll be using this site for more than one year. It will be fun then to look back and see what new words I found worthy of notice in any given year.
All words spotted in 2008...
The vocabulary of conference interpreting. I commend this list to those who want to know more about the profession and to those who wish to organize their knowledge about the profession. To aspirin...
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