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[kawn-sep-syawn; English kuh n-sep-see-ohn, -sep-shuh n] /ˌkɔn sɛpˈsyɔn; English kənˌsɛp siˈoʊn, -ˈsɛp ʃən/
a city in central Chile, near the mouth of the Bío-Bío River.
a city in central Paraguay, on the Paraguay River. Unabridged
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  • He found the town bubbling over with joy because of the victory at concepcion.

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  • It was resolved therefore to burn the most dilapidated one—the concepcion.

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  • Julio is a Spaniard of the Spaniards, the slave of concepcion.

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  • concepcion is thirty on her next birthday; she tells the world that she is twenty, but I know!

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  • concepcion would have me ride in the first, that she may have her eyes on me at each instant.

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  • The city of concepcion, nine miles distant, was also greatly injured.

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  • Add Salvador, Trinidad and concepcion, and their repertoire is almost exhausted.

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  • This ship was full of recruits for the Spanish army, and bound to concepcion.

  • In spite of these conditions concepcion Arenal did not give up all hope.

  • In the year 38, the ‘concepcion’ was wrecked in the Ladrones.

British Dictionary definitions for concepcion


/Spanish konθepˈθjon/
an industrial city in S central Chile. Pop: 378 000 (2005 est)
Collins English Dictionary - Complete & Unabridged 2012 Digital Edition
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