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  1. concrete

    • IPA[ˈkänˌkrēt]

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    • adj.
      existing in a material or physical form; not abstract;specific; definite
    • n.
      a heavy, rough building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, that can be spread or poured into molds and that forms a mass resembling stone on hardening
    • v.
      cover (an area) with concrete;fix in position with concrete
    • verb: concrete, 3rd person present: concretes, gerund or present participle: concreting, past tense: concreted, past participle: concreted

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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. existing in a material or physical form; not abstract:

      concrete objects like stones

      it exists as a physically concrete form

    • 2. specific; definite:

      I haven't got any concrete proof

    • 3. (of a noun) denoting a material object as opposed to an abstract quality, state, or action.
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a heavy, rough building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, that can be spread or poured into molds and that forms a mass resembling stone on hardening:

      slabs of concrete

      the concrete sidewalk

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cover (an area) with concrete:

      the precious English countryside may soon be concreted over

    • 2. fix in position with concrete:

      the post is concreted into the ground

    • 3. form (something) into a mass; solidify:

      the juices of the plants are concreted upon the surface

    • 4. make real or concrete instead of abstract:

      concreting God into actual form

    • n. poetry in which the meaning or effect is conveyed partly or wholly by visual means, using patterns of words or letters and other typographical devices.

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    • n. (in idealist philosophy) an abstraction which is manifest in a developing or organized set of instances, so having the qualities of both the universal and the particular.

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    • n. a noun denoting a material object rather than an abstract quality, state, or action, e.g. dog, building, tree:

    • the list consisted of 20 high-frequency concrete nouns

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    • n. music constructed by mixing recorded sounds, first developed by experimental composers in the 1940s.

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    • n. (in idealist philosophy) an abstraction which is manifest in a developing or organized set of instances, so having the qualities of both the universal and the particular.

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    • n. another term for musique concrète

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    • n. a modern city or urban area, especially when perceived as an unpleasant or challenging place to live:

    • a three-room flat in the concrete jungle of suburban Moscow

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    • n. a cement mixer.

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    • adj.
      existing in a material or physical form; not abstract:
    • concrete objects like stones
    • n.
      a building material made from a mixture of broken stone or gravel, sand, cement, and water, which can be spread or poured into moulds and forms a mass resembling stone on hardening:
    • slabs of concrete

      concrete blocks

    • v.
      cover (an area) with concrete:
    • the precious English countryside may soon be concreted over

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