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  • 1 CONCEPT — Les théories de la connaissance s’accordent généralement à reconnaître qu’il y a essentiellement, dans l’être humain, deux modes de connaissances de la réalité, l’un qui porte directement sur le concret, saisi dans sa singularité, l’autre qui… …

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  • 2 concept — con‧cept [ˈkɒnsept ǁ ˈkɑːn ] noun 1. [countable] MARKETING an idea for a product: • the management of an R&D process, from an original concept through to marketing, manufacture and end use ˈmarketing ˌconcept [countable] MARKETING an idea for a… …

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  • 3 concept — CONCÉPT, concepte, s.n. 1. Idee generală care reflectă just realitatea; noţiune 2. Ciornă, schiţă, bruion. – Din fr. concept. Trimis de m marinel, 13.11.2006. Sursa: DEX 98  CONCÉPT s. 1. v. noţiune. 2. v. ciornă. Trimis de siveco, 13.09.2007.… …

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  • 4 Concept — steht für action concept, deutsches Filmproduktionsunternehmen Concept 1, Platte von Richie Hawtin Proof of Concept, Machbarkeitsnachweis im Projektmanagement Concept Art, Illustrationsform Concept Map, Visualisierungsmethode Concept Store,… …

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  • 5 Concept 1 96:CD — Album par Richie Hawtin Sortie 1998 Genre Techno minimale Format CD Label M nus Critique …

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  • 6 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. [1913 Webster] The words conception, concept, notion, should be limited …

    The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • 7 concept — I noun abstract idea, abstraction, appraisal, appreciation, apprehension, assessment, assumption, belief, conception, conclusion, conjecture, consideration, deduction, doctrine, estimate, evaluation, fancy, feeling, formative notion, guess, idea …

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  • 8 Concept — Concept,   Winword.Concept …

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  • 9 concept — CONCEPT. s. m. (On prononce le P dans ce mot et le suivant.) Terme didactique. Idée, simple vue de l esprit. Une abstraction n est qu un concept …

    Dictionnaire de l'Académie Française 1798

  • 10 concept — [kän′sept΄] n. [L conceptus: see CONCEIVE] 1. an idea or thought, esp. a generalized idea of a thing or class of things; abstract notion 2. a) an original idea, design, etc.; conception b) a central or unifying idea or theme: often used… …

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  • 11 Concept — (v. lat.), 1) der Entwurf eines Aufsatzes, bevor derselbe ins Reine geschrieben ist; 2) der Entwurf z.B. einer Rede, einer musikalischen Arbeit, eines Handelsprojects etc.; 3) (Rechtsw.), so v. w. Punctation; 4) (Philos.), so v. w. Begriff …

    Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • 12 concept — (n.) 1550s, from M.L. conceptum draft, abstract, in classical Latin (a thing) conceived, from concep , pp. stem of concipere to take in (see CONCEIVE (Cf. conceive)). In some 16c. cases a refashioning of CONCEIT (Cf. conceit) (perhaps to avoid… …

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  • 13 concept — *idea, conception, notion, thought, impression Contrasted words: percept, sense datum, sensum, image, *sensation …

    New Dictionary of Synonyms

  • 14 concept — [n] idea abstraction, apprehension, approach, big idea*, brainchild*, brain wave*, conceit, conception, conceptualization, consideration, fool notion*, hypothesis, image, impression, intellection, notion, perception, slant, supposition, theory,… …

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  • 15 concept — ► NOUN 1) an abstract idea. 2) an idea to help sell or publicize a commodity. ORIGIN Latin conceptum something conceived …

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  • 16 Concept — For other uses, see Concept (disambiguation). A concept (substantive term: conception) is a cognitive unit of meaning an abstract idea or a mental symbol sometimes defined as a unit of knowledge, built from other units which act as a concept s… …

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  • 17 Concept — Un concept est une représentation générale et abstraite de la réalité d un objet ou d une situation ; il n est pas exactement synonyme de notion car plus abstrait. Concept vient du participe passé latin conceptus du verbe concipere, qui… …

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  • 18 concept — noun ADJECTIVE ▪ basic, simple ▪ The concept of my book is very simple. ▪ broad, general, overall ▪ broader …

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  • 19 concept — (kon sèpt ) s. m. Terme de philosophie. Résultat de la conception, chose conçue. •   Pour me servir des termes de l école, dans leur concept formel, DESC. Médit. 6. •   N est ce pas là une image de ces concepts qui ont fait tant de réputation à… …

    Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • 20 concept — n. 1) to formulate, frame a concept 2) to grasp a concept 3) the concept that + clause (the concept that trade lessens international tensions is valid) * * * [ kɒnsept] frame a concept to formulate to grasp a concept the concept that + clause… …

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