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concrete

noun [U]  us   /ˈkɑn·krit, kɑnˈkrit/

concrete noun [U] (HARD MATERIAL)

a very hard building material made by mixing together cement (= powdered substance), sand, small stones, and water: concrete steps

concrete

adjective  us   /ˈkɑn·krit, kɑnˈkrit/

concrete adjective (CERTAIN)

based on sure facts or existing things rather than guesses or theories: Police have no concrete evidence linking him to the crime. We have not yet received a concrete proposal. English If a statement, argument, or discussion is concrete, it is based on actual things and particular examples.
Traducciones de “concrete”
en árabe خَرَسانة…
en coreano 콘크리트…
in Malaysian konkrit, pejal…
en francés en béton, concret…
en turco beton…
en italiano calcestruzzo…
en chino (tradicionál) 混凝土…
en ruso бетон…
en polaco beton…
in Vietnamese cụ thể, xác định cụ thể…
en español de hormigón, concreto…
en portugués concreto…
in Thai ทำจากคอนกรีต, ที่เป็นรูปธรรม…
en alemán Beton-…, konkret…
en catalán formigó…
en japonés コンクリート…
in Indonesian beton, konkret…
en chino (simplificado) 混凝土…
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