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abstract

adjective
 
/ˈæb·strækt/
relating to ideas and not real things
理論的な, 概念的な
Truth and beauty are abstract concepts.
Abstract art involves shapes and colours and not images of real things or people.
(絵などが)抽象的な
abstract paintings
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