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The synonyms of “Conversion” are: rebirth, spiritual rebirth, changeover, transition, change, transformation, turning, altering, metamorphosis, transfiguration, transmutation, translation, sea change, adaptation, reconstruction, rebuilding, redevelopment, redesign, regeneration, reformation, remorse, contrition, contriteness, penitence, sorrow, sorrowfulness, regret, ruefulness, pangs of conscience, prickings of conscience, shame, guilt, self-reproach, self-condemnation, compunction
Conversion as a Noun
Definitions of "Conversion" as a noun
According to the Oxford Dictionary of English, “conversion” as a noun can have the following definitions:
- The adaptation of a building or part of a building for a new use.
- The act of changing from one use or function or purpose to another.
- The action of wrongfully dealing with goods in a manner inconsistent with the owner's rights.
- Interchange of subject and predicate of a proposition.
- The process of changing or causing something to change from one form to another.
- A building that has been adapted for a new use.
- A change in the units or form of an expression.
- A change of religion.
- The transposition of the subject and predicate of a proposition according to certain rules to form a new proposition by inference.
- The changing of real property into personalty, or of joint into separate property, or vice versa.
- A spiritual enlightenment causing a person to lead a new life.
- (in the context of online marketing) the proportion of people viewing an advertisement and going on to buy the product, click on a link, etc.
- The fact of changing one's religion or beliefs or the action of persuading someone else to change theirs.
- The manifestation of a mental disturbance as a physical disorder or disease.
- Repentance and change to a godly life.
- An event that results in a transformation.
- (psychiatry) a defense mechanism represses emotional conflicts which are then converted into physical symptoms that have no organic basis.
- A successful kick at goal after a try, scoring two points.
- A defense mechanism represses emotional conflicts which are then converted into physical symptoms that have no organic basis.
- A successful free throw or try for point after a touchdown.
- Act of exchanging one type of money or security for another.
- An act of converting a touchdown or a down.
Synonyms of "Conversion" as a noun (35 Words)
|adaptation||The process of change by which an organism or species becomes better suited to its environment.|
Adaptations to the school curriculum.
|altering||The sterilization of an animal.|
|change||Money given in exchange for the same sum in larger units.|
The change from a nomadic to an agricultural society.
|changeover||A change from one system or situation to another.|
The changeover from handicraft to mechanized manufacture.
|compunction||A feeling of deep regret (usually for some misdeed.|
They used their tanks without compunction.
|contriteness||Any improvised arrangement for temporary use.|
|contrition||Sorrow for sin arising from fear of damnation.|
Prayers of contrition.
|guilt||The fact of having committed a specified or implied offence or crime.|
He remembered with sudden guilt the letter from his mother that he had not yet read.
|metamorphosis||The marked and rapid transformation of a larva into an adult that occurs in some animals.|
His metamorphosis from presidential candidate to talk show host.
|pangs of conscience||A sharp spasm of pain.|
|penitence||The action of feeling or showing sorrow and regret for having done wrong; repentance.|
A public display of penitence.
|prickings of conscience||Conformity to one’s own sense of right conduct.|
|rebirth||A period of new life, growth, or activity; a revival.|
The rebirth of a defeated nation.
|reconstruction||The action or process of reconstructing or being reconstructed.|
Comparison between the original and the reconstruction.
|redesign||The action or process of redesigning something.|
It was achieved by the redesign of the product.
|redevelopment||The action or process of developing something again or differently.|
The redevelopment of the university website.
|reformation||Improvement (or an intended improvement) in the existing form or condition of institutions or practices etc.; intended to make a striking change for the better in social or political or religious affairs.|
The reformation of the Senate.
|regeneration||The action or process of regenerating or being regenerated.|
The regeneration of inner cities.
|regret||Used in polite formulas to express apology for or sadness at an occurrence or an inability to accept an invitation.|
She expressed her regret at Virginia s death.
|remorse||Deep regret or guilt for a wrong committed.|
They were filled with remorse and shame.
|ruefulness||Sadness associated with some wrong done or some disappointment.|
|sea change||Anything apparently limitless in quantity or volume.|
|self-condemnation||An admission that you have failed to do or be something you know you should do or be.|
|self-reproach||A feeling of deep regret (usually for some misdeed.|
|shame||A painful emotion resulting from an awareness of inadequacy or guilt.|
Ignorance of Latin would be a disgrace and a shame to any public man.
|sorrow||An event or circumstance that causes sorrow.|
He tried to express his sorrow at her loss.
|sorrowfulness||A state of gloomy sorrow.|
|spiritual rebirth||A kind of religious song originated by Blacks in the southern United States.|
|transfiguration||The Church festival commemorating Christ s transfiguration held on 6 August.|
In this light the junk undergoes a transfiguration it shines.
|transformation||A function that changes the position or direction of the axes of a coordinate system.|
British society underwent a radical transformation.
|transition||A musical passage moving from one key to another.|
She had been living as a woman for eight years at that point and had completed her transition in 2001.
|translation||(mathematics) a transformation in which the origin of the coordinate system is moved to another position but the direction of each axis remains the same.|
A photograph is a translation of a scene onto a two dimensional surface.
|transmutation||The supposed alchemical process of changing base metals into gold.|
The transmutation of base metals into gold proved to be impossible.
|turning||Shavings of wood resulting from turning wood on a lathe.|
Take the first turning on the right.
Usage Examples of "Conversion" as a noun
- His passion for seventeenth-century literature had led the former atheist to a sudden conversion.
- Conversion disorders.
- He insists that real conversion is a matter of the heart.
- Conversion from Fahrenheit to Centigrade.
- He was found guilty of the fraudulent conversion of clients' monies.
- His conversion to the Catholic faith.
- Keeping things simple will improve conversion.
- They were carrying out a loft conversion.
- You'll see better conversion rates for your local advertising if you include your physical address on your website.
- The conversion of food into body tissues.
- Gavin Hastings landed one penalty and one conversion.
- The conversion of a house into flats.
- High-quality cottages and barn conversions.
- The individual's responsibility in conversion is to repent and believe.
Associations of "Conversion" (30 Words)
|alter||Make an alteration to.|
Plans to alter the dining hall.
|alteration||The act of making something different (as e.g. the size of a garment.|
Careful alteration of old buildings.
|apostasy||The state of having rejected your religious beliefs or your political party or a cause (often in favor of opposing beliefs or causes.|
The execution of their leader for apostasy brought widespread criticism.
|apostate||Not faithful to religion or party or cause.|
After fifty years as an apostate he returned to the faith.
A double agent who betrayed some 400 British and French agents to the Germans.
|betrayal||An act of deliberate betrayal.|
These developments represented a betrayal of democracy.
|both||Two considered together; the two.|
Both girls are pretty.
|change||Undergo a change become different in essence losing one s or its original nature.|
I ve had time to think and my opinion hasn t changed.
|compatibility||Capability of existing or performing in harmonious or congenial combination.|
Software compatibility is another important factor to consider.
|compatible||Capable of forming a homogeneous mixture that neither separates nor is altered by chemical interaction.|
A compatible married couple.
|congruous||Suitable or appropriate together.|
This explanation is congruous with earlier observations.
|convert||A person who has been converted to another religious or political belief.|
Modernization has converted the country from a primitive society to a near industrial one.
|defection||The desertion of one’s country or cause in favour of an opposing one.|
His defection from the Labour Party.
|defector||A person who abandons their duty (as on a military post.|
Staff interviewed escapees and defectors to the West.
|harmonious||Tuneful; not discordant.|
|heresy||A belief that rejects the orthodox tenets of a religion.|
The heresy of being uncommitted to the right political dogma.
|metamorphose||Change or cause to change completely in form or nature.|
The salesman metamorphosed into an ugly beetle.
|proselyte||A new convert; especially a gentile converted to Judaism.|
|proselytize||Advocate or promote (a belief or course of action.|
Davis wanted to share his concept and proselytize his ideas.
|renegade||Become a renegade.|
He was a renegade and social malcontent.
|renunciation||Rejecting or disowning or disclaiming as invalid.|
The life of the Spirit required renunciation of marriage.
|traitor||A person who says one thing and does another.|
He was a traitor to his own class.
|transfigure||Elevate or idealize, in allusion to Christ’s transfiguration.|
The treatment and diet transfigured her into a beautiful young woman.
|transformation||A metamorphosis during the life cycle of an animal.|
British society underwent a radical transformation.
|transition||Undergo or cause to undergo a process or period of transition.|
Once the decision was finally made to transition she was overwhelmed with the support from her immediate family.
|transmogrify||Change completely the nature or appearance of.|
His home was transmogrified into a hippy crash pad.
|turncoat||A person who deserts one party or cause in order to join an opposing one.|
They denounced him as a turncoat.
|unreasonable||Beyond normal limits.|
|untenable||Incapable of being defended or justified.|
This argument is clearly untenable.
|variant||(biology) a group of organisms within a species that differ in trivial ways from similar groups.|
A variant spelling.