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conceptual (adjective), more conceptual, most conceptual
1. Relating to something that is based on an understanding that is in the mind from experience and one's imagination: The engineer defined a conceptual model of the tool before actually producing the real thing.
2. Etymology: from Latin conceptus, concipere; com-, "together, with" + capere, "to take, to form or to hold an idea".
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