Convert (verb)

  1. Change the form, character, or function of something.
  2. Change one's beliefs, opinions, or allegiance.
  3. Change (a unit of measurement) to another.

Origin:

Late middle english: from latin convertere, from con- "completely" + vertere "to turn".

Examples:

  1. They are converting the factory into a hotel.
  2. He converted to Buddhism.
  3. The company is converting to a new system.
  4. The software can convert the file format.
  5. She converted her savings into stocks.
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