cysyniad, gysyniad, chysyniad, syniad, cysyniadau, chysyniadau, gysyniadau, nghysyniad, nghysyniadau, lefelaeth, lyfelaeth, llefelaeth, llyfelaeth, syniadau
Noun(1) an abstract or general idea inferred or derived from specific instances
(1) They still offer their original concept where they provide single-use cameras for use during camp sessions.(2) All comments, printed or not, panned the design of the concept vehicle as dull and even pathetic.(3) Hella unveiled a working prototype of such a system on the Volvo SCC safety concept car in April 2001.(4) A strict ideational theory requires that all the criterial beliefs be satisfied in the correct application of the concept .(5) The application of the concept following a rule presupposes a custom.(6) The product being sold is less clear, and the concept being sold is lost.(7) The content of the dispositional concept thus presupposes the virtual-color concept .(8) As with other products, glassware decisions are usually only as important as what it is your concept sells the most.(9) Race, like gender, is an inherent quality, but religion's only an abstract concept , just a set of ideas.(10) Each tour brings a new level to the original concept .(11) A friend told me yesterday that he had just sold a TV concept on behalf of a famous author he represents.(12) For a number of years, composites have been a popular material for concept cars.(13) structuralism is a difficult concept(14) I certainly see there is plenty of good automotive art in this mix of new models and concept wagons.(15) More effort focused on the commander's intention, the concept , will reap great dividends for the commander and staff.(16) One of the best features of every auto show is the concept vehicles each automaker showcases to the public.
(1) proof of concept :: prawf o gysyniad
1. idea ::
2. notion ::
3. conception ::
4. abstraction ::
5. theory ::
6. hypothesis ::
7. belief ::
8. conviction ::
9. opinion ::
10. image ::
11. impression ::
12. picture ::
Different Formsconcept, concepts
Word Example from TV Shows
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so the CONCEPT of a bastard
Game of Thrones Season 7, Episode 4
You must have heard
of that CONCEPT, haven’t you, miss?
Money Heist Season 1, Episode 11
is an abstract CONCEPT...
Game of Thrones Season 1, Episode 6
Do you understand
the CONCEPT of blackmail?
The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 16
with the CONCEPT
that time is an illusion.
The Big Bang Theory Season 12, Episode 19
English to Welsh Dictionary: concept
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