This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience. Learn more

Conversion synonyms

Sorting by
Votes
Change or progress from one process or condition to another; transition
1
0
  1. Change or progress from one process or condition to another; transition
  2. A short segment of a written work or speech
  3. The act or process of passing, especially:
Money returned as the difference between the price of something bought and the bill or coin of larger denomination given in payment
0
0
  1. Money returned as the difference between the price of something bought and the bill or coin of larger denomination given in payment
  2. The replacing of one thing for another; substitution:
  3. The act, process, or result of altering or modifying:
(Math.) The process of setting up correspondences between the elements of two sets or spaces so that every element of the first set corresponds to a unique element of the second set
0
0
  1. (Math.) The process of setting up correspondences between the elements of two sets or spaces so that every element of the first set corresponds to a unique element of the second set
  2. (Linguis.) The process of changing, by the application of certain syntactic rules, an abstract underlying structure into a surface structure
  3. A marked change, as in appearance or character, usually for the better:
A usually degenerative change in the structure of a particular body tissue.
0
0
  1. A usually degenerative change in the structure of a particular body tissue.
  2. (Biol.) A change in form, structure, or function as a result of development; specif., the physical transformation undergone by various animals during development after the embryonic state, as of the tadpole to the frog or of the larva of an insect to the pupa and the pupa to the adult
  3. A marked or complete change of character, appearance, condition, etc.
A conversion to a different purpose or from one system to another, as in equipment or production techniques.
0
0
  1. A conversion to a different purpose or from one system to another, as in equipment or production techniques.
  2. A complete change, as in goods produced, methods of production, or equipment
Development from a lower or simpler to a higher or more complex form; evolution.
0
0
  1. Development from a lower or simpler to a higher or more complex form; evolution.
  2. Full development; maturity.
  3. An increase in the size of an organism or part of an organism, usually as a result of an increase in the number of cells. Growth of an organism may stop at maturity, as in the case of humans and other mammals, or it may continue throughout life, as in many plants. In humans, certain body parts, like hair and nails, continue to grow throughout life.
The chemical and physical processes continuously going on in living organisms and cells, consisting of anabolism and catabolism
0
0
  1. The chemical and physical processes continuously going on in living organisms and cells, consisting of anabolism and catabolism
  2. (Physiology) The complete set of chemical reactions that occur in living cells.
  3. The chemical processes by which cells produce the substances and energy needed to sustain life. As part of metabolism, organic compounds are broken down to provide heat and energy in the process called catabolism . Simpler molecules are also used to build more complex compounds like proteins for growth and repair of tissues as part of anabolism . Many metabolic processes are brought about by the action of enzymes. The overall speed at which an organism carries out its metabolic processes is termed its metabolic rate (or, when the organism is at rest, its basal metabolic rate). Birds, for example, have a high metabolic rate, since they are warm-blooded, and their usual method of locomotion, flight, requires large amounts of energy. Accordingly, birds usually need large amounts of high-quality, energy-rich foods such as seeds or meat, which they must eat frequently.
A point at which something changes direction
0
0
  1. A point at which something changes direction
  2. A point in time when a decisive change occurs
  3. A decisive point at which a significant change or historical event occurs, or at which a decision must be made.
An altering or being altered
0
0
  1. An altering or being altered
  2. The condition resulting from altering; modification.
  3. The result of this; change
The act or an instance of exchanging:
0
0
  1. The act or an instance of exchanging:
  2. An exchanging of a sum of money of one country or of a depreciated issue for the equivalent in the money of another country or of a current issue
  3. The checks, drafts, etc. presented to a clearinghouse for exchange and settlement
A translated version of a text.
0
0
  1. A translated version of a text.
  2. (Physics) Motion of a body in which every point of the body moves parallel to and the same distance as every other point of the body.
  3. The act or process of translating, especially from one language into another.
The substitution of one metrical unit for another, especially the substitution of two short syllables for one long syllable in quantitative verse.
0
0
  1. The substitution of one metrical unit for another, especially the substitution of two short syllables for one long syllable in quantitative verse.
  2. A formal statement of a decision or expression of opinion put before or adopted by an assembly such as the US Congress.
  3. The thing determined upon; decision as to future action; resolve
Death.
0
0
  1. Death.
  2. A means or place of passing
  3. The act of one that passes or the fact of having passed:
The act or process of transmigrating
0
0
  1. The act or process of transmigrating
(Bible, proper) The change in the appearance of Jesus on the mountain: Matt. 17
0
0
  1. (Bible, proper) The change in the appearance of Jesus on the mountain: Matt. 17
  2. A change that glorifies or exalts.
  3. A marked change in form or appearance; a metamorphosis.
The state of being transmuted.
0
0
  1. The state of being transmuted.
  2. The act or an instance of transmuting; transformation.
  3. The changing of one chemical element into another. Transmutations occur naturally through radioactive decay, or artificially by bombarding the nucleus of a substance with subatomic particles.
Forward course; development
0
0
  1. Forward course; development
  2. Advance toward perfection or to a higher or better state; improvement
  3. Forward or onward movement, as toward a destination:
The presence of a field of force in a region of space, represented as a set of lines indicating the direction of the force. The density of the lines indicates the strength of the force. Lines used to represent magnetic fields in depictions of magnets, for example, follow the lines of flux of the field.
0
0
  1. The presence of a field of force in a region of space, represented as a set of lines indicating the direction of the force. The density of the lines indicates the strength of the force. Lines used to represent magnetic fields in depictions of magnets, for example, follow the lines of flux of the field.
  2. In metallurgy, a substance added to metals while they are in a furnace, to remove impurities, promote fusing, etc., as a non-metallic material added to a furnace charge that has the ability to fuse with undesired matter and form a liquid slag that can run off more easily
  3. Constant or frequent change; fluctuation:
The act or process of being transformed into a different form
0
0
  1. The act or process of being transformed into a different form
Anything made or brought about by reducing, as a smaller copy, lowered price, sauce of concentrated liquid, etc.
0
0
  1. Anything made or brought about by reducing, as a smaller copy, lowered price, sauce of concentrated liquid, etc.
  2. The changing of a fraction into a simpler form, especially by dividing the numerator and denominator by a common factor. For example, the fraction8 /12 can be reduced to4 /6 , which can be further reduced to2 /3 , in each case by dividing both the numerator and denominator by 2.
  3. The result of reducing:
A place, as in a road or path, where a change in direction occurs; a curve:
0
0
  1. A place, as in a road or path, where a change in direction occurs; a curve:
  2. A momentary shock or scare:
  3. A distinctive, graceful, or artistic expression or arrangement of words:
  1. Rebuilding or restructuring; large scale repair or renewal.
  2. The act or process of regenerating or the state of being regenerated, especially:
  3. (--- Electronics) The act or process of regenerating signals
A renaissance; a revival:
0
0
  1. A renaissance; a revival:
  2. Spiritual renewal.
  3. Reincarnation; new birth subsequent to one's first.
A reversal of one's opinion, attitude, or feelings.
0
0
  1. A reversal of one's opinion, attitude, or feelings.
  2. (Idiomatic) A change of one's opinion, belief or decision.
Something different; variety:
0
0
  1. Something different; variety:
  2. The replacing of one thing for another; substitution:
  3. In jazz, a change of harmony; a modulation.
A conversion to a different purpose or from one system to another, as in equipment or production techniques.
0
0
  1. A conversion to a different purpose or from one system to another, as in equipment or production techniques.
  2. A complete change, as in goods produced, methods of production, or equipment
(Biol.) A change in form, structure, or function as a result of development; specif., the physical transformation undergone by various animals during development after the embryonic state, as of the tadpole to the frog or of the larva of an insect to the pupa and the pupa to the adult
0
0
  1. (Biol.) A change in form, structure, or function as a result of development; specif., the physical transformation undergone by various animals during development after the embryonic state, as of the tadpole to the frog or of the larva of an insect to the pupa and the pupa to the adult
  2. A usually degenerative change in the structure of a particular body tissue.
  3. The form resulting from such change
A change affecting a sound or a class of sounds that is conditioned by morphological or syntactic factors rather than purely phonological factors, as in Irish, where certain words cause the lenition of the initial consonants of the following word.
0
0
  1. A change affecting a sound or a class of sounds that is conditioned by morphological or syntactic factors rather than purely phonological factors, as in Irish, where certain words cause the lenition of the initial consonants of the following word.
  2. A change, as in form, nature, qualities, etc.
  3. Any alteration or change.
(Now Chiefly Dial.) A change of clothing
0
0
  1. (Now Chiefly Dial.) A change of clothing
  2. A change in attitude, judgment, or emphasis.
  3. (Linguistics) A systematic change of the phonetic or phonemic structure of a language.
(Bible, proper) The change in the appearance of Jesus on the mountain: Matt. 17
0
0
  1. (Bible, proper) The change in the appearance of Jesus on the mountain: Matt. 17
  2. A marked change in form or appearance; a metamorphosis.
  3. A change that glorifies or exalts.
The change undergone by an animal cell upon infection by a cancer-causing virus.
0
0
  1. The change undergone by an animal cell upon infection by a cancer-causing virus.
  2. (Linguis.) The process of changing, by the application of certain syntactic rules, an abstract underlying structure into a surface structure
  3. A marked change, as in appearance or character, usually for the better:
The result of a translating; esp., writing or speech translated into another language
0
0
  1. The result of a translating; esp., writing or speech translated into another language
  2. A translating or being translated
  3. A translated version of a text.
The act or process of being transformed into a different form
0
0
  1. The act or process of being transformed into a different form
(Chem.) The conversion of atoms of a given element into atoms of a different isotope or of a different element, as in radioactive disintegration or by nuclear bombardment
0
0
  1. (Chem.) The conversion of atoms of a given element into atoms of a different isotope or of a different element, as in radioactive disintegration or by nuclear bombardment
  2. The act or an instance of transmuting; transformation.
  3. The changing of one chemical element into another. Transmutations occur naturally through radioactive decay, or artificially by bombarding the nucleus of a substance with subatomic particles.
The act of transubstantiating; change of one substance into another
0
0
  1. The act of transubstantiating; change of one substance into another
  2. (R.C.Ch., Eastern Orthodox Ch.) The doctrine that, in the Eucharist, the bread and wine in their essential reality are changed into the body and blood of Christ, although they continue to look, taste, etc. as they did beforehand
  3. This change
A renaissance; a revival:
0
0
  1. A renaissance; a revival:
  2. Reincarnation; new birth subsequent to one's first.
  3. Spiritual renewal.
The act or process of regenerating or the state of being regenerated, especially:
0
0
  1. The act or process of regenerating or the state of being regenerated, especially:
  2. Spiritual or moral revival or rebirth.
  3. A spiritual rebirth
Find another word for conversion. In this page you can discover 61 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for conversion, like: passage, change, transformation, metamorphosis, changeover, growth, metabolism, turning point, alteration, exchange and translation.