Definition of conceptional in English:

conceptional

adjective

  • See conception

    • ‘Einstein's relativity theory provided the new conceptional framework for understanding the material universe.’
    • ‘Now, you say that they were not capable of coming up with a new conceptional approach, something new and creative.’
    • ‘One of the most important formal patterns enabling the creation of associational conceptional networks in silent comedy is the sight gag.’
    • ‘Some workers in India suggest that BCG vaccination can be successfully done in infants at 34 wk post conceptional age or above and at 1800 g weight.’
    • ‘This year boasts a refreshing mix of the figurative and the conceptional.’

Pronunciation

conceptional

/kənˈsɛpʃ(ə)n(ə)l/