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abstraction an abstract or general idea, concept, or term. [1/4 definitions]
avatar a concrete manifestation of any abstraction, such as an idea or concept; embodiment. [1/2 definitions]
beau ideal the concept or ideal of perfect beauty. [1/2 definitions]
beautiful an idea or aesthetic concept of beauty (usu. prec. by the). [1/3 definitions]
conceive to form a concept, idea, or image in one's mind (usu. fol. by of). [1/6 definitions]
conceptualize to form or make (something) into a concept. [2 definitions]
construct an idea or concept that is made from other, simpler ideas or concepts. [1/2 definitions]
given a fact or concept already known, established, or assumed. [1/5 definitions]
graph a drawn or written symbol for a sound, concept, or language element. [1/5 definitions]
holism the concept that the entirety or wholeness of an entity is other or greater than a summation of its parts.
hypostatize to present or consider (an idea, concept, or the like) as having concrete, objective reality or form.
imago in psychoanalysis, an idealized concept or image of someone, formed in childhood and persisting into adulthood. [1/2 definitions]
incarnate to give concrete form to (a concept, idea, or the like); realize. [1/5 definitions]
partition the division of something, such as a territory, enclosure, or concept, into parts. [1/6 definitions]
place space as a concept. [1/19 definitions]
symbol something that represents something else, esp. a material sign or object that stands for a complex or abstract concept. [1/2 definitions]
syn. abbreviation of "synonym," a word or expression accepted as symbolizing or conveying the same concept as another. [1/2 definitions]
synonym a word or expression accepted as symbolizing or conveying the same concept as another. [1/2 definitions]