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A masculine noun is used with masculine articles and adjectives (e.g. el hombre guapo, el sol amarillo).
masculine noun
1. (mental representation)
a. concept
Tu concepto de igualdad difiere del mío.Your concept of equality differs from mine.
b. idea
El autor se explaya sobre el concepto de amor eterno.The author elaborates on the idea of eternal love.
c. notion
El concepto de propiedad intelectual apareció hace un par de siglos.The notion of intellectual property appeared two centuries ago.
d. conception
Nuestras culturas tienen un concepto de belleza similar.Our cultures have a similar conception of beauty.
2. (idea)
a. opinion
Los padres de mi novia tienen un mal concepto de mí.My girlfriend's parents have a low opinion of me.
b. view
Tengo un concepto favorable sobre la asistencia social.I have a favorable view of social welfare.
3. (literature)
a. conceit
El poeta incluyó muchos conceptos y símbolos en la oda.The poet included many conceits and symbols in the ode.
4. (finance)
a. element
¿Puedes explicarme por qué este concepto está incluido en mi estado de cuenta?Can you explain to me why this element is included in my bank statement?
b. category
Necesito revisar los distintos conceptos que están en la factura.I need to go over the different categories listed on the invoice.
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A noun is a word referring to a person, animal, place, thing, feeling or idea (e.g. man, dog, house).
1. (idea)
a. concept
2. (opinión)
a. opinion
tener buen concepto de alguiento have a high opinion of somebody
3. (motivo)
bajo ningún conceptounder no circumstances
4. (de una cuenta)
a. heading, item
pagar algo en concepto de adelantoto pay something in advance
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1 (idea) concept; notion
formarse un concepto de algo to get an idea of sth; un concepto grandioso a bold conception; a bold plan
2 (opinión) view; judgment
en mi concepto in my view; formarse un concepto de algn to form an opinion of sb; ¿qué concepto has formado de él? what do you think of him?; tener buen concepto de algn, tener en buen concepto a algn to think highly of sb
3 (condición) heading; section
bajo ningún concepto in no way; under no circumstances
bajo todos los conceptos from every point of view; in every way; in every respect
en o por concepto de as; by way of
se le pagó esa cantidad en o por concepto de derechos he was paid that amount as royalties; deducciones en o por concepto de seguro deductions for social security; por dicho concepto for this reason; por ningún concepto in no way
4 (Literat) conceit
Collins Complete Spanish Electronic Dictionary © HarperCollins Publishers 2011
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