English to Lithuanian Meaning of conversion - konversija

Conversion :

pokytis, alternatyva, jungiklis, variacija, konversija, prozelitizmo

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Definitions of conversion in English
Noun(1) an event that results in a transformation(2) a successful free throw or try for point after a touchdown(3) a spiritual enlightenment causing a person to lead a new life(4) (psychiatry(5) a change of religion(6) interchange of subject and predicate of a proposition(7) act of exchanging one type of money or security for another(8) the act of changing from one use or function or purpose to another
Examples of conversion in English
(1) Recent years have seen the mass conversion to religion of hitherto agnostic parents.(2) A look at the history of conversions in India will make it clear whether conversion is an active or passive process.(3) my conversion to the Catholic faith(4) Within the inalienability of entailed real property was concealed the conversion of Parliamentary seats into a cash value.(5) Apart from minor rebuilding necessary for conversion , the buildings will retain their present appearance.(6) It's a gorgeous split level apartment on the fourth floor of a school conversion in Camberwell.(7) The operations of conversion , obversion, and contraposition are applied to categorical propositions to yield new categorical propositions - these can become immediate arguments.(8) With military precision, building conversion went ahead at top speed.(9) They may be interests in property, as in actions for trespass and conversion ; or interests in unimpaired relations with others, as in causing injury or death to relatives.(10) Gavin Hastings landed one penalty and one conversion(11) In most observed cases religious conversion did not give rise to a particular ÔÇÿcapitalist spiritÔÇÖ or economic success.(12) He requested them to investigate the case maintaining that religious conversion was a matter of grave concern which had earlier led to conflicts among other communities.(13) Another option may be a loft or basement conversion , or just a ÔÇÿre-orderingÔÇÖ of the space you currently have.(14) The farm is in the process of organic conversion , and Roger is growing spelt (300 tonnes this year), a nutty and nutritious grain that is a lot easier to digest than wheat.(15) What she did have was a form of conversion disorder.(16) Finally he stated that retention and conversion of the existing building was not viable.
Related Phrases of conversion
(1) conversion rate ::
perskaičiavimo kursas
(2) conversion cost ::
konvertavimo kaina
(3) conversion factor ::
konversijos koeficientas
(4) frequency conversion ::
dažnio konversijos
(5) data conversion ::
duomenų konvertavimo
(6) conversion costs ::
konvertavimo išlaidas
(7) conversion table ::
perskaičiavimo lentelė
(8) conversion ratio ::
konvertavimo santykis
(9) energy conversion ::
energijos konversijos
(10) conversion disorder ::
konversinio sutrikimo
1. change ::
2. adaptation ::
3. rebirth ::
4. transition ::
Different Forms
conversion, conversions
Word Example from TV Shows
Are misfiring neurons in your hippocampus
preventing the conversion...

Are misfiring neurons in your hippocampus preventing the CONVERSION...

The Big Bang Theory Season 1, Episode 6

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