Definition of conversion
- a 2-point conversion
- a third-down conversion
The company is undergoing a conversion to a new computer system.
They have suggested conversion of the old school into apartments.
Conversion to gas heating will continue over the next few years.
a conversion from Catholicism to Judaism
He is thinking about conversion to Buddhism.
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First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
: the act or process of changing from one form, state, etc., to another
: the act or process of changing from one religion, belief, political party, etc., to another
: a successful attempt at scoring extra points in rugby or American football
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