- to form into a concept; make a concept of.
- to form a concept; think in concepts.
Also especially British, con·cep·tu·al·ise.
Origin of conceptualize
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Examples from the Web for conceptualised
Doubtless it is conceptualised; and hand in hand with this theoretic activity of the spirit goes the practical.Beauty and the Beast
Stewart A. McDowall
- to form (a concept or concepts) out of observations, experience, data, etc
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Word Origin and History for conceptualised
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