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tangible (adjective), more tangible, most tangible
1. Concerning something which can be seen or experienced; especially, by being touched or easily noticed: When Jerome received his statement from the bank, he was shocked to find that his tangible balance of interest for his financial statement had decreased in value.
2. Etymology: from Latin tangibilis, "that may be touched" from tangere "to touch."
Referring to something that can be felt by touching it.
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