Conversion [noun]

Definition of Conversion:

change, adaptation

Opposite/Antonyms of Conversion:

Sentence/Example of Conversion:

William has thus been happily able to report to the society the approaching conversion of M'Bongo and his imminent civilization.

The conversion of the other, a 63-inch low-pressure vacuum engine at Wheal Gons, will be traced in this chapter.

God invites the rebel Jews to return to him, with a promise to receive them: he foretells the conversion of the Gentiles.

The temple of God shall not protect a sinful people, without a sincere conversion.

Mr Dean did not believe in sudden conversion, nevertheless he expressed gratification.

The Commonwealth has for some time been considering the conversion of the lines into one standard gauge, the British gauge of 4ft.

The cost of this conversion naturally increases the longer action is deferred, and in any case would be very great.

Nor is the law changed by the conversion of a fresh water pond into a salt pond by the hand of man.

And in every case a conversion leaves a sore behind it which, I venture to think, is avoidable.

The church on the conversion of Constantine emerged from the concealment of the Catacombs to the sunshine of imperial favour.