Fragen über die Beispielsätze mit, und die Definition und Benutzung von "Concept"

Die Bedeutung von "Concept" in verschiedenen Ausdrücken und Sätzen

Q: Was bedeutet I have no concept of saying no?
A: It means they never say no, they feel like they can’t say no, or aren’t able to
Q: Was bedeutet "natural concept" at about 26 second in the following youtube video https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=538&v=khjY5LWF3tg#t=26?
A: "Natural concept" is like an idea that everyone is familiar with that isn't specifically taught. "Natural" is something that is not "man-made", or made by humans, and concept means an idea. So you could say that "natural concept" is another way of saying "natural idea" or "not-made-by-man idea". An example would be the idea that humans speak. We didn't create the idea of speech so it is a "natural concept", the concept being human speech.
Q: Was bedeutet 'slippery' and overused concept?
A: Slippery concept= one that is ambiguous or hard to understand.
Overused= it is used more often than it should.
Q: Was bedeutet The concept of kindness for kindness' sake was unknown to her?
A: It means that she did not know what been kind to other people meant.
Q: Was bedeutet we have to scrap the concept?
A: "We will not continue with the concept"
"We will get rid of the concept"
"We will throw out the concept"

Beispielsätze die "Concept" benutzen

Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit "a concept".
A: I want easy sentences
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit can you let me know the concept of “take sth for granted”?.
A: To take something for granted means that don't value that thing...that you don't see/realize its importance/worth. (to take something for granted means to not appreciate its worth)

-Don't take her for granted because one day you could lose her. (there's a phrase in English, it goes "You never/don't know what you've got, until its gone" meaning that you didn't appreciate that thing and now that it is gone you realize that you should have)
-I always took for granted what my Dad did for me growing up, but now that I'm older I can see how he was always there for me (it means "I never appreciated what my...")
-I always took for granted the beauty of the sunset. = I didn't appreciate the beauty...
Q: Bitte zeige mir Beispielsätze mit relative concept.
A: @Ri-na Everything is relative. Weaker or strong, bigger or smaller, more important or less important, funnier or more serious...

So, a relative concept, just means that this concept is relative to others.

What is more important? Penguins or world peace? むずかしいですよ!

"relative concept" isn't a daily phrase but you might hear it when people are having a serious discussion. 🙂🤔🧐

Ähnliche Wörter wie "Concept" und ihre Unterschiede

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen concept und notion ?
A: One difference is that a notion can also be a belief that you hold about something.

The notion that women always have to wait to be served by men is fundamentally flawed.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen concept und conception ?
A: Concept is an idea or a theme. Conception is typically referring to something being started or born. Examples: “The concept of UNIQLO is to be minimal and clean.” “The concept of growing up can be scary.” “The conception of this project was due to a lack of customers.” “The project conception was in 2011.”
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen concept und construct(noun) ?
A: concept is an idea, contruct is to build.
Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen concept und perception und notion ?
A: Concept = a formed idea that usually can be communicated

Perception = the way in which you envision or see something, and this can be an object or an idea

Notion = similar to a concept, but more often having an opinion or judgement

Q: Was ist der Unterschied zwischen concept und idea ?
A: A concept is an idea of how something works (like a theme or plan) and an idea is a thought or suggestion about what to do, they are pretty muh almost the same, except you would use it differently for separate purposes. A concept forms from an idea...

Übersetzungen von "Concept"

Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (UK)? The concept of 'eco-sufficiency' as a way forward facing environmental issues on a global scale


Does it sound natural?
A: All natural sounding, except i would use “to oppose” instead of “forward-facing”. Sounds more casual.

hope this helped :))
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? In Japanese, we do not have the concept of “it” in English.
A: In Japanese, we do not have the concept of “it” like in English.
In Japanese, we do not have the concept of the English word “it.”
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? while I’m on it,let’s call these concepts what they really are —- not laws, but models.

How to understand “I’m on it”, please
A: “While I’m talking about it”, “while I’m on that topic”
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? What's your concept today?
Is it right?
A: 맞습니다! "What's your concept for today" 또 괜찮아요
Q: Wie sagt man das auf Englisch (US)? concepts
A: Schaue nach der Frage, um die Antwort zu sehen

Andere Fragen zu "Concept"

Q: This concept is really confusing to me... if I said ‘I want get a coke’, should I put the ‘the’ instead of ‘a’? Cuz I thought the article before uncountable noun is not the ‘a’. And also I learned that coke is uncountable noun....
so.. here’s a question. ‘I want get the coke’ is grammartically wrong? Someone help me out...😭
A: I'm pretty sure Coke is a countable noun!
Q: 🎈30
I understand that the concept of family has been changing, and it may differ from society to society.
My question is:

Supposing:
I have biological parents (still alive).
But I was adopted into another family.
Now I got married but not yet started a family.

Can I say I have three families? Is each of the three above called a family?

**I also appreciate it if you could check my English.
A: いえいえ。あーなるほど。さらにもっと。。。

It's not unusual for people to refer to any group they are very close with as a family, or "like a family". Maybe a class at school or a team at work...等...
Q: Turkey has removed the concept of evolution from its high school curriculum, in what critics fear is the latest attempt by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s government to erode the country’s secular character.
It's an article from new York times
would somebody explain to me the later part of the sentence "in what critics fear is..." Only one verb can exist in a sentence so which one is the real verb in this sentence Is or Has removed?
A: "In what" is just a contraction to connect the two clauses, I think. Simply put, critics have a lot of things that they might criticise the government, but "in all of those things" that they criticise, perhaps this is what they fear.
Q: stuck in difficult concept klingt das natürlich?
A: don't understand the difficult concept
如果要强调'某个',
don't understand a certain difficult concept
Q: that concept is not common in korea. it is when it comes to young generation, but the elderly or middle age people usually don't hold doors for the next person. it's not about morals, it's about cultural difference. klingt das natürlich?
A: differences

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