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Synonyms for conversion

Synonyms for conversion

the process or result of changing from one appearance, state, or phase to another

a fundamental change in one's beliefs

Synonyms for conversion

a change in the units or form of an expression: "conversion from Fahrenheit to Centigrade"

a successful free throw or try for point after a touchdown

a spiritual enlightenment causing a person to lead a new life

(psychiatry) a defense mechanism represses emotional conflicts which are then converted into physical symptoms that have no organic basis

interchange of subject and predicate of a proposition

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act of exchanging one type of money or security for another

the act of changing from one use or function or purpose to another

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At The Exchange, Bruce Menin's conversion of 25 Broad, Kondylis says they were able were able to create a foyer area near the entryways by using the extra space, which can double as a dining area or a home office.
NEW YORK -- New research from 360i and SearchIgnite examines how users interact with both natural and paid search listings by studying the complete click path to conversions across both paid and natural searches.
our apostolic effectiveness is proportionate to our growth in the degrees of conversion.
In addition to its close relationship with this preferred lender, Carlton is in constant contact with numerous domestic and overseas equity sources looking to partner with successful principals on profitable conversion projects.
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.
The partners use their state's formless conversion law.
After a week of praying for Christian unity, we may find ourselves a bit unsettled by the good news that the feast of the Conversion of Saint Paul brings.
The other major conversion technology uses biological methods, such as anaerobic digesters.
It is important for companies to remember that the implementation effort required for conversion is independent of the magnitude of the change.
Indeed, a few reports touting some successes from conversion therapy--usually individual anecdotes rather than larger, more-authoritative studies following scientific procedures--have appeared in psychology journals.
The legislative history of section 1033 indicates the rule was designed for taxpayers that reinvested the proceeds from an involuntary conversion in qualified business property.
Physicians exposed to a large number of TB cases at a public hospital had a 17% annual TST conversion rate.
The conversion gap is focused on adapting processes to make biomass, wood and wood components raw material of choice for chemical, biochemical, and thermal conversion into products that are distinct from those in the tree.
17, 2001, the attempted reconversion is not treated as a conversion for purposes of the reconversion rules.
Having completed hundreds of data conversions in the insurance industry, the volume of UCT work includes the conversion of tens of millions of policy records, representing billions of dollars in insurer assets.