Word Of The Day: Conversion

Word Of The Day: Conversion

Source: Word Of The Day: Person

conversion (noun): conversion;  conversion rate; plural noun: conversion rates


The action of wrongfully dealing with goods in a manner inconsistent with the owner’s rights.
“he was found guilty of the fraudulent conversion of clients’ monies”


Why is they are now complaining?

The Child Protection System in England.


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1 Response to Word Of The Day: Conversion

  1. How about social workers who not only lie and twist the facts themselves to the family court but are aware another professional is doing the same, while saying nothing as what that professional is doing is helping them? And in fact, to quite a large extent, later admit in a roundabout way that they knew she was lying.

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