What is concrete

concrete (German)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
positive concrete, Comparative more concrete, Superlative most concrete
Hyphenation:
con | kret, comparative: kon | kre | ​​ter, superlative: most con | kre | ​​tes | th
Pronunciation / Stress:
IPA: [kɔnˈkʁeːt], [kɔŋˈkʁeːt]
Word meaning / definition:
1) can be sensually experienced, vividly; really; representational
2) clearly formulated, factual, specific, precise
Origin of the term:
1) borrowed from Latin concrētus (dense, solid) in the 18th century
Related terms:
1) vivid, tangible, representational, tangible, real
2) determined, precise, precise, factual
Opposite words:
1) abstract
2) vague
Application examples:
1) Can you do that on one concrete Show example?
2) Richard only vaguely described his idea. A concrete He did not give us an explanation.
2) “Now the Commission is for the first time concrete Pay forward. "
2) “There is whole concrete historical reasons for the fact that East Germany has only achieved a good two thirds of West German economic power to this day. "
Typical word combinations:
2) specific information, specific suggestions, specific ideas
Word formations:
Concreteness, concretize

Translations

  • English: concrete
  • Esperanto: specifically
  • French: 1) concrete
  • Greek (new): 2) συγκεκριμένος (synkekriménos)
  • Italian: 1) concreto
  • Japanese: 1) 具体 的 (ぐ た い て き, gutaiteki)
  • Catalan: 1) concrete
    • Kurmanji: 1) bireser
  • Latin: (Grammar) concretus, corporalis
  • Dutch: 1) concreet
  • Polish: 1) specifically never
  • Portuguese: 1) concreto
  • Swedish: specifically
  • Spanish: concreto
  • Czech: Betonétní
  • Turkish: 1) somut; 2) kesin

Anagrams:uncork, cork

concrete (Swedish)

Part of speech: adjective

Increases:
Hyphenation:
kon | kret, comparative: kon | kre | ​​ta | re, superlative: kon | kre | ​​tast
Word meaning / definition:
1) specifically
Opposite words:
1) abstract
Application examples:
1) Kan du bli mera concrete?
Can you more concrete become?
Typical word combinations:
1) specifically substantive
Word formations:
1) konetisera

Translations

  • German: 1) specifically


Similar words (German):concrete, discreet

Practical example sentences

Automatically selected examples in German:

The government commission must now concrete become.
sueddeutsche.de, September 16, 2018

How concrete are non-profit organizations allowed to express themselves?
New Germany, March 01, 2019

According to consumer advice centers, the aviation summit has concrete brought little for the passengers.
dradio.de, October 6, 2018

The talks are in the final phase, it could be in January concrete become.
Kleine Zeitung, December 11, 2018

As concrete to be able to help.
young world, December 02, 2018

What is reasonable and what is not? Which subsidies are necessary? And what about the way to work concrete in your case?
derStandard.at, January 8th, 2020

An exhibition shows how 'Social Design' concrete can work.
sueddeutsche.de, September 04, 2020

In the argument it went concrete to indicate the nutritional values ​​on the packaging.
Online retailer news, December 4th, 2019

Laetis Ntshonso wanted concrete do something for the refugees and went to Lesbos.
Kölnische Rundschau, October 30, 2020

On the second day of the hearing in the US Senate, the conservative lawyer answers questions from the Democrats. To concrete She doesn't want to set precedents for abortion or marriage for everyone concrete express.
DiePresse.com, October 13, 2020

The usage examples were selected automatically and may therefore contain errors.


Grammar / Declinations

Inflection concrete - The declension of the adjective concrete

 NominativeGenitivedativeaccusative
definite article
Masculinethe concreteof the concretethe concretethe concrete
Femininethe concretethe concretethe concretethe concrete
neuterthe concreteof the concretethe concretethe concrete
Pluralthe concretethe concretethe concretethe concrete
indefinite article
Masculinea concrete onea concrete onea concrete onea concrete one
Femininea concrete onea concrete onea concrete onea concrete one
neutera concrete onea concrete onea concrete onea concrete one
without article
Masculinemore concreteconcreteconcreteconcrete
Feminineconcretemore concretemore concreteconcrete
neuterconcreteconcreteconcreteconcrete
Pluralconcretemore concreteconcreteconcrete

Thesaurus & Synonyms

  • real: without increase: unadulterated; sincere, true; without increase: typical
  • actually: basically; the truth is; signaling a (not particularly urgent) request for an answer; in the narrow sense
  • in reality
  • in kind (go., lat.)
  • real: present in material form; related to reality; according to the facts
  • indeed: (sometimes contrary to expectations) truthfully, really
  • really: actually existing and not only present in the imagination; in accordance with expectations and values; Reinforcement word: truthful, genuine, whole
  • vivid: in a figurative, plastic way; generally understandable (for example when passing on information)
  • application-related
  • related to the object
  • certainly: previously defined; emphatically, resolutely, resolutely
  • real: without increase: unadulterated; sincere, true; without increase: typical
  • tangible: physically tangible, perceivable with the senses; spiritually, to perceive with the mind; understandable, understandable
  • representational: available to touch; Visual arts designed as an art object in such a way that the viewer can establish a reference to recognizable things (objects) in the environment
  • tangible: so close that it's easy to find; concrete, obvious; Be within reach: be very easy to see
  • hand-tight (coll.): having physical strength, robust; irrefutable, not contestable; hearty, hearty; without further levers or extensions
  • real: in an appropriate manner, to an appropriate extent; related to reality; Mathematics, in expressions like real number: number that can be represented on the number line; Number from the smallest expansion field of the rational numbers in which all Cauchy sequences converge
  • relevant: oriented to the matter; with deferral of personal / emotional factors
  • really: actually existing and not only present in the imagination; in accordance with expectations and values; Reinforcement word: truthful, genuine, whole

Another word (synonym) for concrete - source: OpenThesaurus


Dictionary entries

Entries from our dictionary that contain "concrete":

dedicated: express, determined, energetic, decided, resolute, categorical, concrete, resolute, irrevocable Opposite words: 1) ambivalent, insecure, ambiguous Examples of use: 1) We should take this standpoint firmly

Expression: Linguistics the specifically realized side of the language (written, oral) (no plural) 9) Symbol, identifier (often in formulations such as expression of, for, expression with genitive) (no plural) Abbreviation: Expr

key: …to understand. 3) “The key, on the other hand, is the indication of how a plain text should be translated into a ciphertext. 4) Please hand me the key, I have to ...

quality:… Pronunciation / emphasis: IPA: [ˌkvaliˈtɛːt] Word meaning / definition: 1) individually and specifically defined property of a thing or a service 2) music timbre of a ...

Point: ... thing that hurts to mention something to the point - to grasp it conceptually; be clear, be specific but now make a point - stop, put an end point without ...


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