View definitions for concrete
adjective as in actual, factual
It’s a decision thousands of people in the concrete jungle, and other urban centers, have had to make.
Most existing 3D printed buildings are made of an enriched and reinforced concrete mixture, but Mighty Buildings developed its own synthetic stone to print with.
We were able to include $300 million for the EPA to make concrete improvements to the local infrastructure to clean up these rivers.
Then different power companies might contract with different concrete companies, offering different prices or value of that work.
While the report may not offer much new information, it’s one of few concrete guidances available to US educators.
As a writer, I tried mainly to stick close to the concrete particulars of the events and the performances I was describing.
Finally, I hope we can share concrete actions with those who attend, and want to help in the global LGBTI liberation struggle.
It was the most common and concrete opportunity to do unto others as you would wish to have done unto you.
What had seemed to be a theoretical and almost mythical project is just about to take concrete form.
D.C., but it is not likely to result in any concrete and meaningful action.
He will find that “Ice” is a concrete word, and “Slippery” indicates a quality of “Ice” and of other things.
Then crouching low, he crossed the room to where the strainer top of the sewer drain was placed in the concrete floor.
He crossed the room to the concrete ramp that twisted up to the second story.
When Dr. McAllister drove into his yard he found a boy washing the concrete drives as calmly as if nothing had happened.
But here it is arranged in temporal sequence, thus giving us a concrete view of the man and his relation to this society.
On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to concrete, such as: detailed, material, objective, particular, real, and solid.
From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.