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As a concrete object (also a noun ) is called a noun and thus a noun , means the something objective, that is something concrete sensually experienceable. The opposite term is abstraction .

The following types (sub-terms) of Concrete are mentioned:

Web links

Wiktionary: Concrete  - explanations of meanings, word origins, synonyms, translations

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Bußmann: Lexicon of Linguistics. 3. Edition. (2002) / Konkretum;
    Homberger: Subject dictionary for linguistics (2000) / Konkretum;
    Ulrich: Basic linguistic terms. 5th edition. (2002) / Konkretum (without collective name);
    Luck: Concrete. In: Metzler-Lexikon language. 3. Edition. (2005), still mentioning natural conditions (meadow) and artifacts (car), but not revealing a common reason for classification.