inception

  • 1 Inception — Logo du film. Données clés Titre québécois Origine …

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  • 2 Inception — El reparto de Inception en la premiere de julio de 2010 presentada por Josh Berger. De izquierda a derecha Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Marion Cotillard, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Ellen Page, Ken Watanabe …

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  • 3 inception — in‧cep‧tion [ɪnˈsepʆn] noun [singular] COMMERCE 1. the start of a business, organization etc: • Since its inception in 1965, Medicare has based the payments it makes for each claim on what individual doctors charge. 2. the date on which an… …

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  • 4 inception — I noun beginning, birth, commencement, dawn, debut, derivation, embarkation, exordium, genesis, inauguration, inception, inchoation, incipience, incipiency, initiation, initium, onset, opening, origin, origination, outbreak, outset, rise, source …

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  • 5 Inception — In*cep tion, n. [L. inceptio, fr. incipere to begin; pref. in in + capere to take. See {Capable}.] [1913 Webster] 1. Beginning; commencement; initiation. Bacon. [1913 Webster] Marked with vivacity of inception, apathy of progress, and… …

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  • 6 inception — (n.) early 15c., beginning, starting, from M.Fr. incepcion and directly from L. inceptionem (nom. inceptio) a beginning, undertaking, noun of action from pp. stem of incipere begin, take in hand, from in in, on (see IN (Cf. in ) (2)) + cipere… …

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  • 7 inception — *origin, source, root, provenance, provenience Analogous words: beginning, commencement, starting or start, initia tion, inauguration (see corresponding verbs at BEGIN): rising or rise, origination, derivation (see corresponding verbs at SPRING)… …

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  • 8 inception — [n] beginning birth, commencement, dawn, derivation, fountain, inauguration, initiation, kickoff, origin, outset, provenance, provenience, rise, root, source, start, well, wellspring; concepts 648,832 Ant. conclusion, end, ending, finish …

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  • 9 inception — ► NOUN ▪ the establishment or starting point of an institution or activity. ORIGIN Latin, from incipere begin …

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  • 10 inception — [in sep′shən] n. [L inceptio < inceptus, pp. of incipere: see INCIPIENT] the beginning of something; start; commencement SYN. ORIGIN …

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  • 11 Inception — For other uses, see Inception (disambiguation). Inception …

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  • 12 Inception — Filmdaten Deutscher Titel Inception …

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  • 13 inception — n. from smt. s inception * * * [ɪn sepʃ(ə)n] from smt. s inception …

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  • 14 inception — [[t]ɪnse̱pʃ(ə)n[/t]] N UNCOUNT: with poss The inception of an institution or activity is the start of it. [FORMAL] Since its inception the company has produced 53 different aircraft designs …

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  • 15 inception — noun Etymology: Middle English incepcion, from Latin inception , inceptio, from incipere to begin, from in + capere to take Date: 15th century an act, process, or instance of beginning ; commencement Synonyms: see origin …

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  • 16 inception — /in sep sheuhn/, n. 1. beginning; start; commencement. 2. Brit. a. the act of graduating or earning a university degree, usually a master s or doctor s degree, esp. at Cambridge University. b. the graduation ceremony; commencement. [1375 1425;… …

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  • 17 inception — noun /ɪnˈsɛpʃən/ The creation or beginning of something; the establishment. From its inception the agency has been helping people obtain and properly install car seats for children …

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  • 18 inception —    The earliest stage of speleogenesis. The start of the inception phase marks the transition from ‘rock with no caves’ (in the widest sense) to ‘rock with caves’, and extends through whatever time interval is required for gravitational laminar… …

    Lexicon of Cave and Karst Terminology

  • 19 inception — in|cep|tion [ınˈsepʃən] n [singular] formal [Date: 1400 1500; : Latin; Origin: inceptio, from incipere to begin ] the start of an organization or institution ▪ a CD collection covering the band from its inception in 1994 …

    Dictionary of contemporary English

  • 20 inception — noun (singular) formal the start of an organization or institution: a history of the Labour Party from its inception to the present day …

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