Convert: v. to make such a large change in a subset(s) that the original subset(s) loses its identity and the origins of the created subset(s) are not intuitively obvious in most cases

Conversion of ore into metals and converting ingredients into finished baked goods often obscures the origins of a subset and it is not intuitively obvious how it got to its present existence.

Converting from one language to another gets the main message across but the nuances of the language and subtle meanings are often lost.

Religious conversions and lifestyle conversions often leave fewer traces of former beliefs or lifestyles.


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