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Definitions of concrete:

part of speech: verb transitive, verb intransitive

To form or unite in a mass; cover with concrete.

part of speech: noun

Concreteness.

part of speech: noun

A mass formed by parts growing or sticking together: a mixture of lime, sand, pebbles, etc., used in building.

part of speech: adverb

Concretely.

part of speech: adjective

United in growth; formed by massing several things together; having a real existence; not abstract, but applied to a subject- as white, abstract, white sugar, concrete.

part of speech: noun

A solid mass of lime, sand, gravel, etc., used for bridges and buildings.

part of speech: noun

A compound; any mass formed of lime, sand, pebbles, & c.

part of speech: verb intransitive

To unite into a solid mass.

part of speech: verb

To unite or form into one mass; to congeal or grow hard.

part of speech: adjective

Formed into one mass: the opposite of abstract, and denoting a particular thing.

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