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  1. con·cept
    IPA[ˈkänˌsept]
  2. n. noun

    • 1. an abstract idea; a general notion:

      structuralism is a difficult concept the concept of justice
    • 2. a plan or intention; a conception:

      the center has kept firmly to its original concept
    • 3. an idea or invention to help sell or publicize a commodity:

      a new concept in corporate hospitality
    • 4. an idea or mental picture of a group or class of objects formed by combining all their aspects.

    • 5. (of a car or other vehicle) produced as an experimental model to test the viability of new design features.

  3. Variation

    • n.: noun: concept, plural noun: concepts

    • n. noun

      coins collectively:

      the action or process of producing coins from metal.

    • adjective

      (of a new invention or product) based on untested ideas or techniques and not yet established or finalized:

      (of a work of art or an artistic technique) involving a radically new and innovative style:

    • (1706–90), American statesman, inventor, and scientist. He was the only individual to sign all three principal documents of the new nation: the Declaration of Independence, the treaty with Great Britain that ended the American Revolution, and the US Constitution. His main scientific achievements were the formulation of a theory of electricity, which introduced positive and negative electricity, and a demonstration of the electrical nature of lightning, which led to the invention of the lightning conductor.
    • noun

      coins collectively:

      the action or process of producing coins from metal.

    • adjective

      (of a new invention or product) based on untested ideas or techniques and not yet established or finalized:

      relating to scientific experiments:

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