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concrete

adjective /ˈkoŋkriːt/
made of concrete
de hormigón
concrete slabs.
able to be seen and felt; real or definite
concreto
A wooden table is a concrete object.
concreteness noun
calidad de concreto
the concreteness of a word and its individual senses.
Translations of “concrete”
in Korean 확실한, 구체적인…
in Arabic مادي, واقِعي…
in French en béton, concret…
in Italian concreto, reale…
in Chinese (Traditional) 確定的, 確實的, 具體的…
in Russian конкретный…
in Turkish kesin, belli, gerçeklere dayalı…
in Polish konkretny…
in Portuguese concreto…
in German Beton-…, konkret…
in Catalan concret…
in Japanese 具体的な, 有形の…
in Chinese (Simplified) 确定的, 确实的, 具体的…
(Definition of concrete from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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