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Translation of "concept" - English-Spanish dictionary

concept

noun   /ˈkɒn·sept/
an idea or principle concepto It is very difficult to define the concept of beauty.
(Definition of concept from the Cambridge English-Spanish Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

concept

noun /ˈkonsept/
an idea or theory concepto His design was a new concept in town-planning.
conception /kənˈsepʃən/ noun
the act of conceiving concepción the conception of a new life.
an idea grasped or understood noción We can have no conception of the size of the universe.
concept map /ˈkonsept ˌmæp/ noun
a diagram that shows the relationships among concepts Mapa Conceptual Concept maps help students to organize and communicate ideas.
(Definition of concept from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
Translations of “concept”
in Korean 개념…
in Arabic مَفهوم…
in Malaysian konsep…
in French concept…
in Russian понятие, идея…
in Chinese (Traditional) 原則, 概念, 觀念…
in Italian concetto…
in Turkish fikir, kavram, anlayış…
in Polish pojęcie, koncepcja…
in Vietnamese khái niệm…
in Portuguese conceito…
in Thai ความคิด…
in German der Begriff…
in Catalan concepte…
in Japanese 概念…
in Chinese (Simplified) 原则, 概念, 观念…
in Indonesian konsep…
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