conception

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.

Pregnance vs Conception - What's the difference?

pregnance | conception |


As nouns the difference between pregnance and conception

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

Rabbit vs Conception - What's the difference?

rabbit | conception |


As nouns the difference between rabbit and conception

is that rabbit is a mammal of the family leporidae , with long ears, long hind legs and a short, fluffy tail while conception is the act of conceiving.

As a verb rabbit

is to hunt rabbits or rabbit can be (british|intransitive) to talk incessantly and in a childish manner; to babble annoyingly.

Conception vs Impregnation - What's the difference?

conception | impregnation |


As nouns the difference between conception and impregnation

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

Definition vs Conception - What's the difference?

definition | conception |


As nouns the difference between definition and conception

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

Copulation vs Conception - What's the difference?

copulation | conception |


As nouns the difference between copulation and conception

is that copulation is (countable) the act of coupling or joining; union; conjunction while conception is the act of conceiving.

Compilation vs Conception - What's the difference?

compilation | conception |


As nouns the difference between compilation and conception

is that compilation is (uncountable) the act or process of compiling or gathering together from various sources while conception is the act of conceiving.

Conception vs Perceptional - What's the difference?

conception | perceptional |


As a noun conception

is the act of conceiving.

As an adjective perceptional is

of, pertaining to, or stimulated by perception.

Conception vs Conceptualisation - What's the difference?

conception | conceptualisation |


As nouns the difference between conception and conceptualisation

is that conception is the act of conceiving while conceptualisation is the act of conceptualising, or something conceptualised.

Conception vs Research - What's the difference?

conception | research |


As nouns the difference between conception and research

is that conception is the act of conceiving while research is (uncountable) diligent inquiry or examination to seek or revise facts, principles, theories, applications, etc; laborious or continued search after truth.

As a verb research is

to search or examine with continued care; to seek diligently.

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