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concave curved inward like the inside of a bowl. (Compare with "convex.")
conceal to hide or keep hidden from sight.
concede to admit the truth or justice of. [2 definitions]
conceited having too high an opinion of oneself; vain.
conceive to give shape to in the mind. [4 definitions]
concentrate to bring together; focus. [5 definitions]
concentration the act or process of concentrating, or the state of being concentrated. [2 definitions]
concept a general idea or thought.
conception the forming of concepts or ideas, or the power to do so. [2 definitions]
concern to have to do with; be about; affect. [4 definitions]
concerned involved or interested. [2 definitions]
concerning having to do with; about; in regard to.
concert a musical or dance performance before an audience; recital.
concerto a piece of music for one or more solo instruments and an orchestra.
concession an act or instance of yielding or conceding. [4 definitions]
conch a sea animal with a soft body and a large, spiral shell. Conches are carnivorous mollusks that eat smaller mollusks such as clams. Several kinds of conches live in warm parts of the ocean all around the world. Conches are closely related to snails. [2 definitions]
concise saying much in a few words; short and to the point.
conclude to bring to an end; finish or complete. [2 definitions]
conclusion an ending, result, or outcome. [2 definitions]
concoct to make by putting together a number of parts or ingredients. [2 definitions]
concoction a mixture of different things that someone has put together in an innovative way. A concoction is often an unusual mixture of liquids.