Some articles on conventional:
... grouped based on their hardness into two categories conventional abrasives and superabrasives ... Conventional abrasive materials have been used by man since the advent of machining ... Conventional abrasives can suitably machine most materials ...
... the back yard, rather than in the centre of the road as with conventional sewerage ... which are more frequent than with conventional sewers ... Simplified sewerage is sometimes also referred to as conventional sewerage with appropriate standards, implying that most conventional sewers are overdesigned ...
... In the card game bridge, CoCa or Comfy Canapé is a conventional defense against opposing 1NT openings ... both a double as well as a 2♣ overcall are conventional and establish spades and hearts, respectively as anchor suits ... Higher overcalls (2♦/♥/♠) can be either natural (single suiters), or conventional (as explained below) ...
... use one insecticide, eight selected herbicides, some conventional fertilizers, and fewer cover crops ... The conventional methods mean less labor and less cost, allowing the company to compete in conventional markets ...
... Unit Definition SI equivalent (CODATA 2006) conventional volt see above V90 = (KJ–90/KJ) V = V conventional ohm see above Ω90 = (RK/RK–90) Ω = Ω conventional ampere A90 = V90/Ω90 A90 = A conventional ...
More definitions of "conventional":
- (adj): (weapons) using non-nuclear energy for propulsion or destruction.
Example: "Conventional warfare"; "conventional weapons"
- (adj): Unimaginative and conformist.
Example: "Conventional bourgeois lives"; "conventional attitudes"
- (adj): Following accepted customs and proprieties.
Example: "Conventional wisdom"; "she had strayed from the path of conventional behavior"; "conventional forms of address"
- (adj): Conforming with accepted standards.
Example: "A conventional view of the world"
- (adj): In accord with or being a tradition or practice accepted from the past.
Example: "A conventional church wedding with the bride in traditional white"; "the conventional handshake"
Famous quotes containing the word conventional:
“The line that I am urging as todays conventional wisdom is not a denial of consciousness. It is often called, with more reason, a repudiation of mind. It is indeed a repudiation of mind as a second substance, over and above body. It can be described less harshly as an identification of mind with some of the faculties, states, and activities of the body. Mental states and events are a special subclass of the states and events of the human or animal body.”
—Willard Van Orman Quine (b. 1908)
“One of the reasons, surely, why women have been credited with less perfect veracity than men is that the burden of conventional falsehood falls chiefly on them.”
—Katharine Fullerton Gerould (18791944)
“It will be a pity if women in the more conventional mould are to be phased out, for there will never be anyone to go home to.”
—Anita Brookner (b. 1938)