magbuntis, maisip, maglarawan sa isip, maglihi, umisip, mag-akala, mag-isip
- magbuntisconceivedconceiveskathang isip
Verb(1) have the idea for(2) judge or regard; look upon; judge(3) become pregnant; undergo conception
(1) An Rh-negative mother and an Rh-positive father may conceive a baby who inherits the father's Rh-positive blood type.(2) I don't really want to believe it, it requires an enormous mental leap to conceive of all this stuff around me, the fabric of our society, is so fragile and ephemeral but this is what logic dictates.(3) In a separate development, scientists have produced further evidence that smoking reduces the chances that a woman will conceive .(4) One may conceive of individual representations while abstracting from those physical repercussions which accompany them or follow them, but do not constitute them.(5) Many women conceive before they have any idea they are pregnant.(6) Nuharoo, Feng's wife, is outwardly pleasant, but when she cannot conceive and learns Orchid is pregnant, she undermines her.(7) Being on the contraceptive pill does not reduce the chances of becoming pregnant later, and most women do conceive from one month to one year or so after discarding contraceptives, she says.(8) It doesn't take a great stretch of the imagination to conceive of who ├ö├ç├┐such people├ö├ç├û are.(9) If a woman can conceive naturally when she is this age, how far should other women be assisted in pushing the boundaries of fertility?(10) He then became the first to help post - menopausal women conceive , prompting the Vatican to denounce his actions.(11) The researchers believe the technique helps women conceive who had been unable to do so because of defects in their eggs.(12) What sort of mind could possibly conceive an idea like this?(13) Keep in mind that while women are pregnant, that's approximately 9 months that women cannot conceive and bear another child.(14) And the wildest of imaginations could not conceive of Iraq as a strategic threat to the world's only superpower.(15) No single treatment will be successful for everyone, but research has shown that the following simple, inexpensive treatments can help women conceive .(16) This is because anything which is pain feels like pain, so we cannot imagine or conceive of something that is really pain but does not feel like it.
(1) to conceive :: magbuntis
1. become pregnant ::
2. think up ::
3. imagine ::
4. gestate ::
5. think ::
Different Formsconceive, conceived, conceives, conceiving
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