a persion who has been persuaded to change their religious faith or other beliefs.
"he is a recent convert to the church"
cause to change in form, character, or function.
“production processes that converted raw material int useful forms”
score from (a penalty kick, pass, or other opportunity) in a sport or game.
“Rea kept on converting those chances to scores.”
(convert, vary, alternate; exchange, convert; transform, reform, change, convert, alter; change, become, transform, shift, vary, convert; convert; turn, melt, transform, convert, change into, expend; amount, convert; exchange, cash, convert, add; fold, discount, break, bend, lose, convert; convert, evaluate; convert; convert, exchange for money)