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conceptual

[ kuhn-sep-choo-uhl ]
/ kənˈsɛp tʃu əl /
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adjective
pertaining to concepts or to the forming of concepts.
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Origin of conceptual

From the Medieval Latin word conceptuālis, dating back to 1655–65. See conceptus, -al1

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How to use conceptual in a sentence

British Dictionary definitions for conceptual

conceptual
/ (kənˈsɛptjʊəl) /

adjective
relating to or concerned with concepts; abstract
concerned with the definitions or relations of the concepts of some field of enquiry rather than with the facts

Derived forms of conceptual

conceptually, adverb
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Medical definitions for conceptual

conceptual
[ kən-sĕpchōō-əl ]

adj.
Relating to concepts or the the formation of concepts.
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