concrete

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concrete englannista suomeksi

  1. betoni

  2. betonoida, peittää betonilla

  3. saattaa kiinteään muotoon

  4. konkreettinen

  5. kiinteä

  1. konkreettinen, kouriintuntuva

  2. betoninen, betoni-">betoni-

  3. Substantiivi

  4. betoni

  5. Verbi

  6. betonoida

  7. konkretisoitua

concrete englanniksi

  1. Real, actual, tangible.

  2. (ux)

  3. (quote-journal)

  4. Being or applying to actual things, not abstract qualities or categories.

  5. (RQ:Mill System of Logi)

  6. The names of individuals are concrete, those of classes abstract.
  7. (RQ:Watts Logick)

  8. Particular, specific, rather than general.

  9. United by coalescence of separate particles, or liquid, into one mass or solid.

  10. 1684, (w), ''Sacred Theory of the Earth''

  11. The first concrete state, or consistent surface, of the chaos must be of the same figure as the last liquid state.
  12. Made of concrete, a building material.

  13. (senseid) A solid mass formed by the coalescence of separate particles; a compound substance, a concretion.

  14. 1661, Boyle|Robert Boyle, ''Chymist|The Sceptical Chymist'', page 26:

  15. "...upon the suppos’d ''Analysis'' made by the fire, of the former sort of ''Concretes'', there are wont to emerge Bodies resembling those which they take for the Elements...
  16. *1665, (w), ''(w)'':

  17. The ''tincture'' of ''Cocheneel'' is nothing but some finer ''dissoluble'' parts of that Concrete lick'd up or ''dissolv'd'' by the ''fluid'' water.
  18. Specifically, a building material created by mixing cement, water, and aggregate such as gravel and sand.

  19. ''The road was made of concrete that had been poured in large slabs.''

  20. A term designating both a quality and the subject in which it exists; a concrete term.

  21. 1843, (w), ''(w)''

  22. The concretes "father" and "son" have, or might have, the abstracts "paternity" and "filiety".
  23. Sugar boiled down from cane juice to a solid mass.

  24. A dessert of custard with various toppings.

  25. 2010, June Naylor, Judy Wiley, ''Insiders' Guide to Dallas and Fort Worth'', page 54:

  26. Besides cones, Curley's serves sundaes, and concretes—custard with all sorts of yummy goodness blended in, like pecans, caramel, almonds, (..)
  27. 1990, John Lutz, ''Diamond Eyes'', page 170:

  28. When Nudger and Claudia were finished eating they drove to the Ted Drewes frozen custard stand on Chippewa and stood in line for a couple of chocolate chip concretes.
  29. (senseid) An extract of herbal materials that has a semi-solid consistency, especially when such materials are partly aromatic.

  30. To cover with or encase in concrete (building material).

  31. 2005, ''The Contractor's Guide to Quality Concrete Construction'' ((ISBN)), page 95:

  32. CHAPTER 9: PREPARING FOR CONCRETING
  33. 2008, David Squire et al, ''The First-Time Garden Specialist'' ((ISBN)), page 12:

  34. Harmonizing the garden's style with the house is important, especially when considering the front garden. Too often, when moving into a new property, the car takes priority and concreting the area appears to be an imperative.
  35. 2012, ''Formwork for Concrete Structures'' ((ISBN)), page 417:

  36. The materials used for concreting should be stored properly.
  37. To solidify: to change from being abstract to being concrete (actual, real).

  38. (quote-book)

  39. To unite or coalesce into a mass or a solid body.

  40. (RQ:Arbuthnot Aliment)

  41. The blood of some who died of the plague could not be made to concrete.
  42. 1845, ''The London Lancet'':

  43. At three years her mother observed something come from her as she walked across the room, which, when examined, was found to be fat in a liquid state, which concreted when cold.
  44. (nl-adj form of)

  45. (feminine plural of)

  46. (inflection of)

  47. (es-verb form of)