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In fact, Ruben says Mighty’s synthetic material is hydrophobic and less susceptible to changes in temperature, which gives it an advantage over other 3D printed structures that use more traditional concrete materials.

After concrete is poured for highway pavement, for example, it takes hours to cure and become strong enough to open for traffic.

In his private business, he manufactures concrete structures such as offices, hotels and parking garages.

We asked a number of digital marketers and technology companies to offer concrete advice for brands, publishers and advertisers about what they could or should do now to prepare for CPRA.

She suggested discussing what was on the agenda for tomorrow, which gave Chris something concrete to focus on.

“The whole concept is so concretely established in what we already know,” he said.

While being sure is only the first Iraq lesson that applies, it's the only one that can be concretely accomplished.

Concretely, we must direct our effort to the task that President Kennedy called for long ago.

The word explosion is always used concretely (an explosion, or a detonation as chemists commonly call it).

The thought picture is not only called up by these signs as well as by words but far more vividly and concretely.

Concretely, it means the conditions of desire or disgust which are developed by the complex of conditions thereby aroused.

But one will nowhere find such a series of variously delightful churches springing out of concretely diversified minds.

The past had been most concretely that vanished and slightly sordid tenement of the current housing of the muse.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to concretely, such as: categorically, clearly, correctly, definitely, especially, and exactly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.