conversion

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  • The two-point conversion failed and during their next drive, they ran out of time.
  • A two-point conversion attempt failed and the lead was five points.
  • Friends completed a two-point conversion and held the lead for the rest of the game.
  • Some of the energy in the original source is lost in the conversion process.
  • No points are awarded on a failed extra point or two-point conversion attempt.
  • He also scored his first two-point conversion on a five-yard reception.
  • He followed up by running the ball into the end zone for a two-point conversion.
  • For this reason, teams often attempt a two-point conversion instead.
  • The more the price rose in advance of conversion, the more the company would make.
  • Conversions could be carried out at any time in the car's life.
  • But their two-point conversion attempt failed and this ended up being their final scoring play of the game.
  • The energy from the Sun is an example of this form of energy conversion.
  • The team decides to try to win it all with a two-point conversion.
  • In addition, a two-point conversion may be scored after a touchdown by similar means.
  • He generated more religious conversions in his first six months than had been made the previous year.
  • They then attempted a two-point conversion which failed after a high snap.
  • Like the previous conversions of the original game, the quality of this one was very low.
  • He also scored on a two-point conversion run.
  • West Virginia attempted to tie the game on a two-point conversion attempt.
  • This time, however, they failed on the two-point conversion.
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Words starting with conversion

Meaning of conversion

  • noun An event that results in a transformation
  • noun A change in the units or form of an expression: "conversion from fahrenheit to centigrade"
  • noun A successful free throw or try for point after a touchdown
  • noun A spiritual enlightenment causing a person to lead a new life
  • noun (psychiatry) a defense mechanism represses emotional conflicts which are then converted into physical symptoms that have no organic basis
  • noun A change of religion
    his conversion to the Catholic faith
  • noun Interchange of subject and predicate of a proposition
  • noun Act of exchanging one type of money or security for another
  • noun The act of changing from one use or function or purpose to another