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intangible

adjective    /ɪnˈtæn·dʒə·bəl/
influencing you but not able to be seen or physically felt : There is the intangible benefit of playing a home game before a friendly crowd . intangible    /ɪnˈtæn·dʒə·bəl/ noun [C] Common sense and creativity are some of the intangibles we’re looking for in the people we hire .
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