Adjective use::Conveyed concept


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Adjective use The conveyed concept is individual in that each person will use their cognitive process to interpret the idea or concept in their own individual way. So a conveyed concept is more than just the imparting of a concept or a concept that is conveyed. Once a concept is communicated it becomes a conveyed concept and unique to each individual. The word conveyed in the phrase conveyed concept is used as an adjective describing perception or individual meaning of a concept that has been expressed.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }} [1]</ref> In the thought process of the person who is interpreting the concept that is being conveyed they develop or construct(Cognitive linguistics) a conveyed concept of what was conveyed to them.<ref>{{#invoke:citation/CS1|citation |CitationClass=book }} [2]</ref> When conveyed is used as a verb then the concept can be poorly or accurately conveyed and does not hold the same meaning.

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