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concede to acknowledge the truth, justice, or propriety of; admit. [3 definitions]
conceit an exaggerated opinion of oneself; vanity. [3 definitions]
conceited having an exaggerated opinion of oneself; vain.
conceivable capable of being intellectually conceived; thinkable.
conceive to give shape to in the mind. [6 definitions]
concelebrate of two or more priests, to celebrate (Mass) together.
concenter to bring, direct, or come to a common center; converge.
concentrate to draw together to a center; focus. [6 definitions]
concentrated intensely focused. [3 definitions]
concentration the act or process of concentrating, or the state of being concentrated. [5 definitions]
concentration camp a prison camp in which large numbers of political prisoners, aliens, or those considered undesirable are confined and sometimes executed.
concentric of circles or spheres, having the same center.
concept a distinct, novel idea that has been arrived at through consideration. [2 definitions]
conception the act of bringing into being. [4 definitions]
conceptual of or pertaining to concepts or their formation.
conceptualize to form or make (something) into a concept. [2 definitions]
conceptus all of the parts produced during the period from conception through birth, such as the fetus, the fetal sac, and the umbilical cord.
concern to relate to or be about; affect. [6 definitions]
concerned involved or interested. [2 definitions]
concerning in regard to; about.
concert a musical or dance performance before an audience; recital. [3 definitions]