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Chinese (Traditional) translation of “conceptualize”

conceptualize

verb [I or T] formal (UK usually conceptualise)
 
 
/kənˈsep.tju.ə.laɪz/
to form an idea or principle in your mind
構想出;(使)形成概念
He argued that morality could be conceptualized (= thought about) as a series of principles based on human reason.
他爭辯說道德可以被看成是基於人類理性基礎上的一系列準則。
Imagining and conceiving
(Definition of conceptualize from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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