conventional adjective uk / kənˈven.ʃ ə n. ə l / us / kənˈven.ʃ ə n. ə l / B2 traditional and ordinary: conventional behaviour / attitudes / clothes conventional medicine / farming a conventional wedding disapproving I find his art dull and conventional. Opposite unconventional
conventional ( kənˈvɛnʃənəl) adj 1. following the accepted customs and proprieties, esp in a way that lacks originality: conventional habits. 2. established by accepted usage or general agreement 3. of or relating to a convention or assembly 4. (Law) law based upon the agreement or consent of parties 5.
1 accepted, used, or practiced by most people conventional wisdom holds that an incumbent president has an overwhelming advantage over his opponent Synonyms for conventional current, customary, going, popular, prevailing, prevalent, standard, stock, usual Words Related to conventional average, common, everyday, normal, ordinary regular, routine
‘All patients received conventional therapy based on the 1994 guidelines of the National Institutes of Health for the diagnosis and management of asthma.’ ‘String theory by its very definition is based on the conventional rules of quantum mechanics and if Hawking was right, the entire foundation of the theory would be destroyed.’
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