conceptually

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  • They were finished as new elements came to him to fit them together conceptually.
  • Several of the songs in the album were conceptually based on a situation.
  • The conceptually simple structure is commonly known as the rock salt structure.
  • Thus, during the first years, the construction continued while the whole project was conceptually transformed.
  • This is a really important element of the site and one of the most difficult conceptually.
  • Conceptually, there is no clear theme to the structure of these regions.
  • When conceptually or intellectualistically treated, they of course cannot be their own others. Cited from A Pluralistic Universe, by William James
  • I/O was carried out by a conceptually separate processor called a channel.
  • But triangles, while more difficult to use conceptually, provide a great deal of strength.
  • In C#, an inner class is conceptually the same as a normal class.
  • This suggests that social distance and physical distance are conceptually related.
  • This is a reason to keep the two groups conceptually separated.
  • The air start system is conceptually very similar to a distributor in a car.
  • Conceptually this is not essential and one can consider more general two-stage stochastic programs.
  • During the silent film era, he sought to understand what it was about film that made it conceptually distinct from theater.
  • Conceptually, the main problem is to understand the different languages and their interaction.
  • With the first definition, focus spread and depth of focus are usually close in value though conceptually different.
  • Rolling Stone declared it "conceptually, the best album of the year" shortly after its release.
  • The application should not be involved with these issues since, conceptually, there is no difference in the operations carried out against the data.
  • Conceptually, it is imposed instead of, rather than in addition to, regular tax.
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Meaning of conceptually

  • adverb In a conceptual manner
    he can no longer think conceptually, conceptually, the idea is quite simple