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tangible

adjective
 
 
/ˈtændʒəbl/
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 →  Compare intangible
Translations of “tangible”
in Arabic مَلموس…
in Korean 명백한, 눈에 보이는…
in Malaysian ketara…
in French tangible…
in Turkish somut, elle tutulur, açık…
in Italian tangibile…
in Chinese (Traditional) 真實的, 非想像的, 可觸摸的…
in Russian реальный, ощутимый…
in Polish namacalny…
in Vietnamese hữu hình…
in Spanish tangible…
in Portuguese tangível…
in Thai ชัดเจน…
in German greifbar…
in Catalan tangible, palpable…
in Japanese 実際の, 現実の, 具体的な…
in Indonesian nyata…
in Chinese (Simplified) 真实的, 非想象的, 可触摸的…
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