Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Concrete"

The meaning of "Concrete" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does concrete mean?
A: Concrete is a type of building material used to make sidewalks and sometimes walls. It is similar to cement.

It can also be used in an abstract way to mean something solid. For example, "a concrete plan to go out" is an plan that is very solid, it's definitely going to happen, it's been all mapped out.
Q: What does ' pouring concrete ' mean?
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Q: What does concrete mean?
A:
The material used for driveways, patios etc. :
Q: What does It was pouring concrete mean?
A: People working to do something to make maybe houses, sidewalks, things like that.
Q: What does It is much more personal to communicate to a concrete person with face mean?
A: To talk to a real person--not a computer.

Example sentences using "Concrete"

Q: Please show me example sentences with concrete.
A: A concrete example of the word "concrete" is this very sentence.
Q: Please show me example sentences with concrete .
A: hey, thanks a lot for your perfect answer, couldn’t be better 👌🏻
Q: Please show me example sentences with concrete.
A: Few people know that they had concrete in ancient Rome.

Do you have any concrete ideas as to how we can solve this problem?

Our front drive is made of concrete. It would look nicer if it was made of bricks.
Q: Please show me example sentences with concrete .
A: As an adjective:
1) John showed concrete proof of his sincerity.
2) The words "cat" and "tree" are concrete, whereas the words "truth" and "excellence" are abstract.
3) Sidewalks are a concrete pavement. (Note this is talking about something being made of the material "concrete", not something being real like the others)

As a noun:
1) Concrete is a stone like material used for various structural purposes.

It can also be used as a verb, but that isn't common at all.

Hope that helps!

Synonyms of "Concrete" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between concrete and specific ?
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Q: What is the difference between concrete and specific ?
A: specific is used to emphasize something.
ex: I used that specific pen because it was my lucky pen

specific is more common in usage than concrete

concrete technically has a very similar meaning to specific but it is only used in very specific cases like I need some concrete evidence on why you committed the murder

sorry if this didn't help at all it's actually very hard to denote the difference for me
Q: What is the difference between concrete and specific ?
A: Concrete usually means that there is evidence supporting a fact.

Specific means to get into more detail or depth.

"Can you give me a concrete example of ___"
"I don't understand the question, can you be more specific?"
Q: What is the difference between concrete and specific ?
A: Concrete as an adjective means solid or strong.
There is concrete evidence that they stole the money.
Specific means distinct.
What specific evidence are you referring to?

Translations of "Concrete"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? concrete
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Q: How do you say this in English (US)? concrete
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Q: How do you say this in English (UK)? 1. concrete (adjective)
concrete episode
2. concrete (noun)
It's made of concrete
A: Number 2 is correct but number one isn't. You can't use "concrete" of an episode. Concrete is hard material so you can only use it in a situation which requires that meaning. You could say, "That road has a concrete surface".
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? this concrete
A: divider
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? concrete
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Other questions about "Concrete"

Q: “Business is a concrete jungle”

I want to pass the idea that working with business is pretty hard... it’s full of competitors and everyone is doing what they think is right , no matter what. does this sound natural?
A: × “Business is a concrete jungle”
✓ “Business is cutthroat”.
Cutthroat is used to describe a situation in which people compete with each other in an unpleasant and often cruel and unfair way.

https://www.learnersdictionary.com/definition/cutthroat

Concrete jungle is a part of a large city filled with large ugly concrete buildings.
Q:
“Business is a concrete jungle”

I want to pass the idea that working with business is pretty hard... it’s full of competitors and everyone is doing what they think is right , no matter what.
does this sound natural?
A: Business is a dog-eat-dog world
Q: Kindly could you give me a concrete inexpression of "grace and favors" in this sentence.
I have no idea what it does mean.

When William III and Mary II (1689-1702) took the throne in 1689, they commissioned Sir Christopher Wren to build an elegant new baroque palace. Later, Georgian kings and princes occupied the splendid interiors. When the royals left in 1737, impoverished 'grace and favour' aristocrats moved in.

https://www.hrp.org.uk/hampton-court-palace/history-and-stories/the-story-of-hampton-court-palace/#gs.qsufmr

A: 'grace and favour' means: they are allowed to live there although they cannot pay. The king or queen allows them to stay.

"They occupied a grace and favour residence in Derbyshire."
Q: "In the concrete sense of the term" does this sound natural?
A:

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Q: Assorted-color painted concrete high rise buildings stand on a body of water.

on/in ? does this sound natural?

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