Definition of Concepts. Meaning of Concepts. Synonyms of Concepts

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Definition of Concepts

Concept
Concept Con"cept, n. [L. conceptus (cf. neut. conceptum fetus), p. p. of concipere to conceive: cf. F. concept. See Conceit.] An abstract general conception; a notion; a universal. The words conception, concept, notion, should be limited to the thought of what can not be represented in the imagination; as, the thought suggested by a general term. --Sir W. Hamilton.

Meaning of Concepts from wikipedia

- understand what a concept is: Concepts as mental representations, where concepts are entities that exist in the mind (mental objects) Concepts as abilities...
- to open their 2K label which Visual Concepts became part of, on the day following the acquisition. Visual Concepts operates nine studios (in Agoura Hills...
- Poon (潘廸生). The company ****son Concepts was founded by ****son Poon. In 1987, ST Dupont was sold to ****son Concepts. In 1991, Harvey Nichols was acquired...
- Concepts are an extension to the templates feature provided by the C++ programming language. Concepts are named Boolean predicates on template parameters...
- The Concept is the third album by the American funk band Slave, released in 1978. The album reached number eleven on Billboard's Top Soul Albums chart...
- unprofitable leanings, many concept cars never get past scale models or even drawings in computer design. Other more traditional concepts can be developed into...
- A concept map or conceptual diagram is a diagram that depicts suggested relationships between concepts. Concept maps may be used by instructional designers...
- theme, in which individual songs segue into one another." Speaking of concepts in albums during the 1970s, Robert Christgau wrote in Christgau's Record...
- the variations in physical self-concepts appear slightly stronger for boys than girls. This includes self-concepts about movement, body, appearance and...
- had no knowledge of evolutionary theory or genetic variability, their concepts of race could be described as malleable. Chief among environmental causes...