Translation of concept in Spanish:

concept

Pronunciation: /ˈkɑːnsept; ˈkɒnsept/

n

  • concepto (m) the two designs are similar in concept los dos diseños se basan en conceptos similares
    More example sentences
    • The effect of this is to deny pupils the ability to deal with difficult abstract concepts.
    • If this nation has any regard for the abstract concept of ‘justice’ then this practice must end.
    • In that profession you start with a blank sheet of paper and a concept or abstract idea.

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