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Spanish translation of “concept”

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)
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