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preconception
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English - Vietnamese Dictionary
preconception /'pri:kən'sepʃn/
  • danh từ
    • nhận thức trước, điều tưởng tượng trước, ý định trước
    • định kiến, thành kiến
Concise Dictionary
preconceptions‚prɪːkən'sepʃn
noun
+an opinion formed beforehand without adequate evidence
+a partiality that prevents objective consideration of an issue or situation

Thesaurus Dictionary
n.
predisposition, prejudgement, predetermination, prejudice, bias, presumption, presupposition, assumption, idée fixe, prepossession, preconceived notion or idea:
This production of King Lear will challenge your preconceptions of the play.
Advanced English Dictionary
+ noun
[C, often pl., U] an idea or opinion that is formed before you have enough information or experience: a book that will challenge your preconceptions about rural life
Compare: MISCONCEPTION
Collocation Dictionary
noun

VERB + PRECONCEPTION

have | fit in with
We like this approach because it fits in with our own preconceptions.
| challenge, get away from
It is important to challenge society's preconceptions about disabled people.

PREP.

with/without ~s
It's important that you come to this task with no preconceptions.
| ~ about
Most people have preconceptions about old age.
| ~ of
her preconceptions of life in the country



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