1 change to a new form/system/use
ADJ. careful Today, after a careful conversion, it is a very comfortable and elegant country home. | barn, loft | office | currency There are no charges for currency conversion. | data, file | energy Cheap solar energy conversion has been the dream of some scientists since the 1970s.
VERB + CONVERSION carry out, undertake
PREP. ~ from, ~ into A local building firm will carry out the conversion of the farm buildings into business units. | ~ to conversion from analogue to digital data
ADJ. religious | deathbed | overnight, sudden (figurative) her overnight conversion to market economics
VERB + CONVERSION experience, undergo In the late eighties he underwent a religious conversion.
CONVERSION + NOUN experience
PREP. ~ from, ~ to her conversion from Buddhism to Christianity
3 in rugby
VERB + CONVERSION kick | add The try came in the third minute and Jon Bland added the conversion.