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Concrete is an example of what?
Concrete is a noun category for something physical; a concrete noun. The noun concrete is a material noun, a noun for something used to make other things. The noun concrete is a non-count (mass) noun for a substance; the plural form is used only for types of concrete. The noun concrete is a common noun, a word for any concrete. Concrete is a compound, a mixture of water, cement, and aggregate; a building material used for its strength and endurance. ...
Asked in Abstract Nouns
Is still an abstract noun?
The noun 'still' is both an abstract and a concrete noun. The word 'still' is an abstract noun as a word for a period of silence and calm. The word 'still' is a concrete noun as a word for a single image taken from a scene in a movie or video; a piece of equipment used for making strong alcohol to drink. The abstract noun form of the adjective 'still' is stillness. ...
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Are these nouns concrete or abstract cup elephant gasoline concrete abstract?
All of the nouns listed are concrete nouns: The noun 'cup' is a concrete noun as a word for a physical object or a physical measure. The noun 'elephant' is a concrete noun as a word for a physical creature. The noun 'gasoline' is a concrete noun as a word for a physical substance. The noun 'concrete' is a concrete noun as a word for a physical substance. The noun 'abstract' is a concrete noun as a word for a written summary of the contents...
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What is the difference between noun and concrete noun?
There is not a "difference" between a noun and concrete noun: a concrete noun is one of the types of noun. concrete noun - a noun that appears physically; you can use your five sense to check if the noun is concrete. ex: ball - you can see it perfume - you can smell it air - you can feel it ice cream - you can taste it thunder - you can hear it ...