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con·cep·tu·al

(kon-sep'chū-ăl),
Relating to the formation of ideas, usually higher order abstractions, to mental conceptions.

conceptual

See concept.

con·cep·tu·al

(kŏn-sep'shŭ-ăl)
Relating to the formation of ideas, usually higher order abstractions, mental conceptions.

concept

(kon′sept″) [L. conceptum, something understood]
A notion formed in the mind; an idea.
conceptual (kŏn-sep′choo-ăl), adjective
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