conception

Conception vs Vision - What's the difference?

conception | vision |


As nouns the difference between conception and vision

is that conception is the act of conceiving while vision is ghost.

Conception vs Ideology - What's the difference?

conception | ideology |


As nouns the difference between conception and ideology

is that conception is the act of conceiving while ideology is doctrine, philosophy, body of beliefs or principles belonging to an individual or group.

Conception vs Life - What's the difference?

conception | life |


As a noun conception

is the act of conceiving.

As a proper noun life is

(christian science) god.

Accept vs Conception - What's the difference?

accept | conception |


As a verb accept

is to receive, especially with a consent, with favour, or with approval.

As an adjective accept

is (obsolete) accepted.

As a noun conception is

the act of conceiving.

Gestation vs Conception - What's the difference?

gestation | conception |


As nouns the difference between gestation and conception

is that gestation is the period of time during which an infant animal or human physically develops inside the mother's body until it is born while conception is the act of conceiving.

Misconceptions vs Conception - What's the difference?

misconceptions | conception |


As nouns the difference between misconceptions and conception

is that misconceptions is while conception is the act of conceiving.

Specification vs Conception - What's the difference?

specification | conception |


As nouns the difference between specification and conception

is that specification is specification while conception is the act of conceiving.

Desire vs Conception - What's the difference?

desire | conception |


As a verb desire

is .

As a noun conception is

the act of conceiving.

Reproduction vs Conception - What's the difference?

reproduction | conception |


As nouns the difference between reproduction and conception

is that reproduction is the act of reproducing new individuals biologically while conception is the act of conceiving.

Memory vs Conception - What's the difference?

memory | conception |


As nouns the difference between memory and conception

is that memory is (uncountable) the ability of an organism to record information about things or events with the facility of recalling them later at will while conception is the act of conceiving.

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