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concept

noun [C] uk   /ˈkɒn.sept/  us   /ˈkɑːn-/
B2 a principle or idea: The very concept of free speech is unknown to them. It is very difficult to define the concept of beauty. I failed to grasp the film's central concept. Kleenbrite is a whole new concept in toothpaste!not have any concept/have no concept of sth to not understand about something: I don't think you have any concept of the pain you have caused her.
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en árabe مَفهوم…
en coreano 개념…
in Malaysian konsep…
en francés concept…
en turco fikir, kavram, anlayış…
en italiano concetto…
en chino (tradicionál) 原則, 概念, 觀念…
en ruso понятие, идея…
en polaco pojęcie, koncepcja…
in Vietnamese khái niệm…
en español concepto…
en portugués conceito…
in Thai ความคิด…
en alemán der Begriff…
en catalán concepte…
en japonés 概念…
in Indonesian konsep…
en chino (simplificado) 原则, 概念, 观念…
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