Conceptualize [verb]

Definition of Conceptualize:

form a concept

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Sentence/Example of Conceptualize:

A group of blind men, who’ve never seen an elephant before, each touches a different part of the elephant’s body to conceptualize what the animal is like.

The best way to conceptualize Wilson’s renormalization group, said Paul Fendley, a condensed matter theorist at the University of Oxford, is as a “theory of theories” connecting the microscopic with the macroscopic.

Hastings offered up a hypothetical of how someone at Netflix might guide an employee to say, conceptualize an ad highlighting Netflix’s bingeable quality — and how easily that guidance can go awry.

By now you should understand that value stream management allows optimization of all development processes, from the first time an idea of a product is conceptualized to the moment when the product is produced and launched in the marketplace.

This approach permits us to conceptualize as well as contextualize the knowledge of nursing the story tells.

Faculty are supported in their struggles to conceptualize nursing in a new way.

Only in the sense of this power to transform and conceptualize, does the mind have knowledge within itself.

We must give serious thought to our obsession with invulnerability, easy to conceptualize and express in language.