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English definition of “tangible”
› real, existing; able to be shown or experienced: tangible evidence/proof/signs We can now see tangible evidence of economic renewal and growth.a tangible achievement/benefit/effect Rewards can include financial payments, promotions, and other tangible benefits.tangible improvement/progress/results They hope the meeting will achieve tangible results.
› ECONOMICS able to be touched or felt: A key difference between tangible cash and almost any other form of money lies in traceability.tangible goods/products The company buys and sells services as well as tangible goods. tangibly /ˈtændʒəbli/ adverb › The summit will bring the area some useful publicity and, more tangibly, a huge building boom. → Compare intangible