Meaning of CONVERSION in English

CONVERSION

noun

1 change to a new form/system/use

ADJECTIVE

▪ barn ( BrE ), loft

▪ currency

There are no charges for currency ~.

▪ data , file

▪ energy

Cheap solar energy ~ has been the dream of scientists since the 1970s.

VERB + CONVERSION

▪ carry out , undertake

CONVERSION + NOUN

▪ kit

a ~ kit that lets your vehicle run on non-polluting fuel

▪ chart , table

Consult the ~ table to figure out the weight in kilos.

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ from , ~ into

A local building company will carry out the ~ of the farm buildings into business units.

▪ ~ to

~ from analogue/analog to digital data

2 religious

ADJECTIVE

▪ Christian , religious , spiritual

▪ deathbed

▪ forced

the forced ~ of Jews during the Inquisition

▪ overnight , sudden ( both figurative )

her overnight ~ to market economics

VERB + CONVERSION

▪ experience , undergo

In the 90s he underwent a religious ~.

CONVERSION + NOUN

▪ experience

PREPOSITION

▪ ~ from , ~ to

her ~ from Islam to Christianity

3 in rugby

VERB + CONVERSION

▪ kick

▪ add

The try came in the third minute and Jon Bland added the ~.

Oxford Collocations English Dictionary.      Оксфордский английский словарь словосочетаний .