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Hi,

Checking the Webster shows that concept is both noun and adjective. I'm quite aware of the noun. But I've already faced the adjective which I don't get the exact meaning. Webster says, "created to illustrate a concept <a ~ car>". And I saw this sentence, "The design process included concept work and rigorous education around what would make a great package."

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Hi,

It's not an adjective in my mind, and my dictionary shows it only as a noun.

Remember that nouns can commonly be used as adjectives, eg car door, program maintenance,
kitchen cupboard.

Clive
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Hi,

I don't agree. And, as I said, my dictionary doesn't agree either.

Clive