cconversion, comversiom, connversionn, conveersion, converrsion, conversiion, conversio, conversoin, converssion, converzion, convversion, coonversioon, konversion, onversion
Conversion — synonyms, definition
1. conversion (Noun)
allurement alteration baptism bribery change changeover enticement exchange influencing interchange metamorphosis mutation passage permutation persuasion rebirth regeneration shift spiritual rebirth substitution • • •
conversion (Noun) — An event that results in a transformation.
conversion (Noun) — A change in the units or form of an expression.
ex. "conversion from Fahrenheit to Centigrade"
conversion (Noun) — A successful free throw or try for point after a touchdown.
conversion (Noun) — A spiritual enlightenment causing a person to lead a new life.
conversion (Noun) — (psychiatry) a defence mechanism represses emotional conflicts which are then converted into physical symptoms that have no organic basis.
conversion (Noun) — A change of religion.
ex. "his conversion to the Catholic faith"
conversion (Noun) — Interchange of subject and predicate of a proposition.
conversion (Noun) — Act of exchanging one type of money or security for another.
conversion (Noun) — The act of changing from one use, function or purpose to another.
22 types of
alteration calculation change computation defence defence mechanism defence reaction defense defense mechanism defense reaction exchange figuring interchange modification reckoning redemption rhetorical device salvation score shift • • •
Christianisation Christianization afforestation data conversion digitisation digitization dressing extra point forestation glycogenesis isomerisation isomerization point after point after touchdown proselytism rectification transmutation transubstantiation unitisation unitization