Koncept je težnja održavanja određene pozicije, značenje riječi u određenom kontekstu, apstrahovanje realnosti u našim mislima, kao i njeno simbolično predstavljanje. Riječi koje su sinonimi zagovaraju isti koncept. Kada kažemo za dvije rečenice da su sinonim jedna drugoj, onda možemo reći da je njihova namjena da održe poziciju iste namjere. Koncept se često analizira u kontekstu složenih formi ili rasporeda, ili čak načina razmišljanja, djelovanja, i mogu imati za rezultat različita značenja.

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