/keuhn sep"chooh euh luyz'/, v., conceptualized, conceptualizing.
1. to form into a concept; make a concept of.
2. to form a concept; think in concepts. Also, esp. Brit., conceptualise.
[1875-80; CONCEPTUAL + -IZE]

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