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tan·gi·ble
[tan-juh-buhl]
ADJECTIVE
1.
capable of being touched; discernible by the touch; material or substantial.
2.
real or actual, rather than imaginary or visionary: the tangible benefits of sunshine.
3.
definite; not vague or elusive: no tangible grounds for suspicion.
4.
(of an asset) having actual physical existence, as real estate or chattels, and therefore capable of being assigned a value in monetary terms.
NOUN
5.
something tangible, especially a tangible asset.
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Tangible definition, capable of being touched; discernible by the touch; material or substantial. See more.

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Define tangible: easily seen or recognized — tangible in a sentence.

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Tangible is from Latin tangere "to touch," and it simply means something that can be touched or felt, though it can be used in metaphorical senses: "tangible ...

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tangible definition, meaning, what is tangible: real and not imaginary; able to be shown, touched, or experienced: . Learn more.

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May 8, 2017 ... Tangible assets are physical assets such as land, vehicles, equipment, machinery, furniture, inventory, stock, bonds and cash. Intangible assets ...

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perceptible by touch Meaning, pronunciation, example sentences, and more from Oxford Dictionaries.

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a. Discernible by the touch; palpable: a tangible roughness of the skin. b. Possible to touch. c. Possible to be treated as fact; real or concrete: tangible evidence.