pertaining to concepts or to the forming of concepts.

1655–65; < Medieval Latin conceptuālis. See conceptus, -al1

conceptuality [kuhn-sep-choo-al-i-tee] , noun
conceptually, adverb
nonconceptual, adjective
nonconceptually, adverb
postconceptual, adjective
unconceptual, adjective
unconceptually, adverb Unabridged
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conceptual (kənˈsɛptjʊəl)
1.  relating to or concerned with concepts; abstract
2.  concerned with the definitions or relations of the concepts of some field of enquiry rather than with the facts

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Word Origin & History

1834, "pertaining to mental conception," apparently coined by Coleridge (there is an isolated use from 1662), from M.L. conceptualis, from conceptus "a conceiving," pp. of concipere (see conceive).
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conceptual con·cep·tu·al (kən-sěp'chōō-əl)
Relating to concepts or the the formation of concepts.

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Example sentences
Preference will be given to candidates who demonstrate broad conceptual and
  theoretical contributions to the field.
The more time students spend with us, the further they can go beyond the basics
  into larger conceptual issues.
Typically, conceptual understanding of specific material is measured.
Although the system is simple on a conceptual level, it's been challenging to
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