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Synonyms for convert

a person who has been converted to another religious or political belief

change from one system to another or to a new plan or policy

change religious beliefs, or adopt a religious belief

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exchange or replace with another, usually of the same kind or category

score an extra point or points after touchdown by kicking the ball through the uprights or advancing the ball into the end zone

complete successfully

score (a spare)

make (someone) agree, understand, or realize the truth or validity of something

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exchange a penalty for a less severe one

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Levy is converting The Sheffield, a 50-story, 845-unit residential rental building located near Columbus Circle to condominiums and also owns a condo building at 29 John Street, in which he is currently selling units.
With the goal of "reducing the tooling conversion time and/or double the rate of conversion in order to shut down the green sand molding system 18 months ahead of schedule," a map of the entire process for converting the patterns needed to be developed to establish the baseline data.
Profile: International Paper is the largest company in the global paper industry operating a wide range of pulp, paper and packaging and converting plants, as well as merchanting companies, wood product facilities and specialty chemicals plants.
Mark Panozzo is president of Black Clawson Converting Machinery, which designs, manufactures, installs and services a wide range of equipment for the flexible web converting and the plastics processing industries.
A brand new 65,000 square foot Web Converting plant opened last fall in Indianapolis, effectively doubling the size of the existing site there.
Converting a 100-kw vacuum former can earn a $10,000-$15,000 rebate.
If the shares are held in "street name," instruct the account executive at the Converting Stockholder's bank or broker to withdraw the Converting Stockholder's shares from the Converting Stockholder's account and request that a physical stock certificate be issued in the Converting Stockholder's name.
Profile: International Paper operates a broad range of pulp, paper, and packaging and converting plants, as well as wood product facilities and specialty chemicals plants.
Ford's Lincoln/Mercury product engineers determined that they could achieve reduced weight with increased functionality by converting the design to an aluminum casting.
Once taxpayers recharacterize a Roth IRA to a "new" traditional IRA, they can reconvert their IRAs back to Roth IRAs, provided they meet the requirements for converting to a Roth IRA in the (re)conversion year.
The cost is far less than that of converting the engines to compressed natural gas, at $75,000 per bus, or buying new vehicles, at around $330,000 apiece.
While there are several software packages for converting, indexing, storing and retrieving documents, none of the off-the-shelf systems is flexible enough to meet most users' needs.
GS CleanTech's ambition is to increase this efficiency as much as possible by converting as co-products such as DDG and carbon dioxide into additional renewable fuels.
By converting the component to casting, a 33% cost savings was realized by the customer due to the elimination of the assembly time for the component.
Focused on three business areas: paper industry, converting industry and wood products industry.