Reconception



noun
1.
the act of conceiving; the state of being conceived.
2.
fertilization; inception of pregnancy.
3.
a notion; idea; concept:
She has some odd conceptions about life.
4.
something that is conceived:
That machine is the conception of a genius.
5.
origination; beginning:
The organization has been beset by problems from its conception.
6.
a design; plan.
7.
a sketch of something not actually existing:
an artist’s conception of ancient Athens.
8.
the act or power of forming notions, ideas, or concepts.
noun
1.
something conceived; notion, idea, design, or plan
2.
the description under which someone considers something: her conception of freedom is wrong
3.
the fertilization of an ovum by a sperm in the Fallopian tube followed by implantation in the womb
4.
origin or beginning: from its conception the plan was a failure
5.
the act or power of forming notions; invention

conception con·cep·tion (kən-sěp’shən)
n.

The act of forming a general idea or notion.

The formation of a viable zygote by the union of a spermatozoon and an ovum; fertilization.

See concept.

conception
(kən-sěp’shən)
The formation of a zygote resulting from the union of a sperm and egg cell; fertilization.

conception definition

Fertilization; the union of the sperm and ovum to form a zygote. (See reproductive systems.)

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