Conversion Conversion is the word formation process in which a word of one grammatical form becomes a word of another grammatical form without English any changes to spelling or pronunciation. For example, the noun email appeared in English before the verb: a decade ago I would have sent you an email (noun) whereas now I can either send you an email (noun) or simply email (verb) you. The original noun email experienced conversion, thus resulting in the new verb email. Conversion is also referred to as zero derivation or null derivation with the assumption that the formal change between words results in the addition of an invisible morpheme. However, many linguistics argue for a clear distinction between the word formation processes of derivation and conversion
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Conversion (exchange), the rate at which one currency will be exchanged for another
Conversion (options), an options-trading strategy in options arbitrage
Economic conversion, a technical, economic and political process for moving from military to civilian markets
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Conversion (law), a voluntary act by one person inconsistent with the ownership rights of another
Equitable conversion, a change in the nature of property so that real property is treated as personal property
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Conversion (chemistry), the ratio of selectivity to yield or the change of a molecule
Conversion of units, conversion between different units of measurement
Electric vehicle conversion, modification of a conventional vehicle to battery electric
Energy conversion, the process of changing one form of energy to another
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