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Synonyms for convert

Synonyms for convert

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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Magazine papers accounted for 32% of the company's turnover (sales) in 2003, with fine and specialty papers making up 22% of the total and most of the remainder coming from wood products (15%), converting (13%) and newsprint (12%).
The Web Converting operation in Dallas has recently added a state-of-the-art spooling line to enhance the traverse winding services available in the southwest market while the recently built Phoenix plant is also adding a new traverse winding line making that location a full service site.
Now the company is converting all seven of its thermoformers.
b) provide to Continental, along with the stock certificate and stock power, a written certificate addressed to Terra Nova and signed by the Converting Stockholder to the effect that: (i) the Converting Stockholder was a holder of record as of the Record Date for purposes of the special meeting of stockholders, (ii) the Converting Stockholder has held the shares the Converting Stockholder seeks to convert since the Record Date, (iii) the Converting Stockholder will continue to hold the shares through the closing date of the merger, and (iv) the Converting Stockholder wishes to convert his shares into a pro rata share of the trust account.
Products: The company focuses on magazine papers, newsprint, fine and specialty papers, converting materials, and wood products.
By converting to casting from plastics, a dimensional improvement was achieved, as critical areas are post-machined to tighter ([+ or -]0.
a bond) before converting the QBU's functional currency to the euro.
In fact, some stores marked prices in dollars, converting them to cruzados novos at the time of sale.
All GFCI shareholders as of the Record Date will be issued a total of 20,000,000 two-year warrants converting on a 1:1 basis into Series A Preference Drilling Participation Shares of PDEI at a price of $.
The effort made in converting to castings, for those who commit to it, has a huge, huge payback.
This new course title and content provide a unique opportunity for participants to enhance their troubleshooting skills as well as increase their understanding of the causes of and solutions for converting problems.
In a series of letter rulings (Letter Rulings 9549021, 9627024, 9632010, 9632011, 9640029, 9736018 and 9821043), the IRS has affirmed a return-of-capital transaction that has become quite popular among mutual thrifts converting to the stock form of ownership.
Once a worthy foe of American fighter jets, the Russian MiG-21 soon might provide work for an Antelope Valley company interested in converting the jets into aerial targets.
NEW YORK -- Xethanol Corporation (AMEX: XNL), a renewable energy company focused on converting biomass to biofuel, today announced the Company has formed a venture with Renewable Spirits, LLC for the purpose of building a biomass-based pilot production facility, utilizing waste citrus peels as raw material for making ethanol.
This simple fact--and the demands of customers to have products delivered immediately, wherever they want them-is driving paper mills that have traditionally used on-site converting of paper and board to consider new options, such as off--site and outsourced converting.