Traducción de conceptual en Español:

conceptual

conceptual, adj.

Pronunciación /kənˈsɛptʃʊəl//kənˈsɛp(t)ʃ(u)əl/

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    conceptual
    • In my view, the distinction between factual and conceptual questions is fraught with problems.
    • It prefers the local to the foreign, the simple to the subtle, the emotional to the conceptual.
    • The choice is based on conceptual knowledge concerning cars, people, and driving.
    • Kant believed that the parts of concepts are grasped through a mental process of conceptual analysis.
    • All works use painting as their primary medium and share a conceptual theme of land and landscape.
    • As a result it often gets taught by non-physicists whose conceptual grasp of the subject is superficial.
    • To date they have participated in developing the basic conceptual framework for the plan.
    • Such is the absurdity of attempting to move a conceptual framework from one country to another.
    • Marx taught us to look at ideologies or conceptual frameworks, and to ask of them, who do they serve?
    • The radical conceptual design by leading architect Will Alsop may not be quite what residents imagined.
    • It never migrates into some purely conceptual realm, a pure dictionary-like definition.
    • Our latter evolution as human beings has been driven by our capacity for conceptual thought.
    • He therefore makes an important conceptual distinction between real men and masculinities.
    • Our discussions ranged from the conceptual to the incredibly practical.
    • Whatever be its conceptual base, what does the duty of reasonable care and skill of a bank encompass?
    • The experimental evidence and conceptual basis for the existence of specific intelligences is weak.
    • It is partial in thinking and lacks conceptual clarity and an integral vision.
    • Ex-art teacher and university lecturer Mr Walsh is a conceptual print artist.
    • I don't know about you but I feel that I lack the conceptual tools to keep on thinking.
    • Third, we need conceptual clarity on the type of crime we wish to see reduced.