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Tangible Meaning

Word: Tangible

Adverb: Tangibly

Noun: Tangibleness or Tangibility

Tangible means:

  • Something that can be touched
  • The feeling of something actual present
  • Assets having real value
  • Material things
  • Definite or not general
  • Easily understood
  • Real but not imaginary
  • Objects or things having a physical form

Origin

It is derived from the Latin word 'tangibilis' or 'tangere' that means to touch.

Synonyms

  • Real
  • Concrete
  • Visible
  • Distinct
  • Evident
  • Solid
  • Measurable
  • Intelligible

Antonyms

  • Abstract
  • Imaginary
  • Theoretical
  • Unreal

Opposite word

Opposite word of tangible is: Intangible

Examples

Let's consider some sentences consisting of 'tangible' words.

The examples are listed below:

1. Sentence: It is the first real example of this topic.

Sentence with 'tangible' word: It is the first tangible example of this topic.

2. Sentence: We will soon launch the real evidence of the course is being changed.

Sentence with 'tangible' word: We will soon launch the tangible evidence of the course being changed.

3. Sentence: Is it really definite to prove the quality of our work?

Sentence with 'tangible' word: Is it really tangible to prove the quality of our work?

4. Sentence: The story mentioned in this book is real.

Sentence with 'tangible' word: The story mentioned in this book is tangible.

5. Sentence: I believe more in visible things, rather than imaginary thoughts.

Sentence with 'tangible' word: I believe more in tangible things, rather than imaginary thoughts.

6. Sentence: The straight lines are easily measurable.

Sentence with 'tangible' word: The straight lines are easily tangible.

7. Sentence: Some people enjoy time with family and friends, while some enjoy real surprises and gifts.

Sentence with 'tangible' word: Some people enjoy time with family and friends, while some enjoy tangible surprises and gifts.

8. Sentence: The story can be easily tangible.

Sentence with 'tangible' word: The story can be easily understood.

9. Sentence: The device shown has distinct benefits.

Sentence with 'tangible' word: The device shown has tangible benefits.

10. Sentence: Most of the products are tangible (can be touched or felt).






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